Tatu City has completed 50% of sewerage infrastructure leading to the revolutionary 2,500-acre, mixed-used development near Nairobi, the future home to more than 70,000 residents.
Tatu City’s civil works contractor Sinohydro Tianjin Engineering Company, appointed in October, is working according to schedule, Tatu City’s acting CEO Anthony Njoroge said.
“We are pleased with the speed and quality of the civil works,” he said.
Tatu City’s sewerage is connected to a new treatment plant constructed by the Athi Water Service Board, 8 km east of the Tatu City site.
In addition, Tatu City has completed 8 km of gravel access roads leading to the development’s residential area Kijani Ridge and Tatu Industrial Park, whose current phases are 50% and 80% sold out, respectively.
The next stage of Tatu City’s development, commencing in April, will be construction of paved roads, street lighting, drainage structures, water main lines, water storage tanks, a residential site perimeter wall and a power substation, among other infrastructure services.