In recent years, the usage of precast material has transformed the construction industry, reducing overall prices and project completion times significantly when compared to previous methods used by property developers.
Kiribati stadium in Kiambu County, Mt Kenya area, is an example of a project that has incorporated technology. This means less manpower and materials are being utilized to construct iconic stadiums that will be in league with Kasarani and Nyayo stadiums.
Construction on Kiambu's historic Kirigiti Stadium is currently at least 75 percent complete. It is expected to be completed before the end of 2022 because the contractor is at the last stages of fitting the required infrastructure before officially handing it over to the county government.
The improvement project would cost Sh600 million and will be carried out by the national government in partnership with the county administration. It will have a capacity of 16,000 people.
The nearly finished stadium, which boasts cutting-edge infrastructure, will be used for training and various tournaments.
Kenyans have been thrilled with the construction of the stadium, which will be one of the country's most sophisticated.
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