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Dubai-based engineering firm sets up office in Nairobi

By H&A correspondent | March 5th 2015

Kenya: Engineering Consortium Consulting Engineers (ECCE), a Dubai based engineering consultancy group, have established a project management and consultancy office in Nairobi.

ECCE specialises in providing complete in-house designs, while supervising the architectural, structural and infrastructural works for all types of buildings.

"Our group has a very strong and positive vision for the growth of the real estate sector in Africa, particular in Kenya," said the firm's management.

"Our track record speaks for itself and we have earned our group the reputation of being one of UAE's most dynamic and versatile engineering consultancy establishments," they added.

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