The United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) organized the 2nd stakeholders' public dialogue forum at the Manu Chandaria Auditorium, University Towers.
The Department organized an Academic Trip for the Year 1 Master in Construction Management students to Konza Techno City. The purpose of the Field Visit was to familiarize the students with site activities as they advanced their course unit in Site Management.
The department organized a students' trip on 28th April 2023, to one of the largest and most popular national reserves in Kenya, The Maasai Mara Reserve. The objective of the trip was to gain perspective on different aspects of natural resource management and the relationship between natural resources and real estate.
On April 28, 2023, the Real Estate third-year class went on a one-day tour to one of Kenya's largest and most popular national parks- The Masai Mara Game Reserve. The trip's goal was to obtain insight into many facets of natural resource management and the link between natural resources and real estate.
During the opening ceremony of the Faculty Library exhibition on Wednesday, April 26th, 2023, the Chairman of the Department of Real Estate, Construction management and Quantity Surveying, Arch. Peter Njeru, made an urged faculty staff and students to utilise the resources available to them in the Faculty Library and the University of Nairobi Library System.
Good news for the first cohort of 15 innovators comprised of students and staff of the University as they have been selected to go through a 6-month incubation and acceleration program.
This was revealed during the launch of the Innovation, Incubation, and Commercialization (IIC) program on Wednesday, 19th April 2023 at the C4DLab in the Chiromo campus.
The Oracle Kenya team, led by Country Director Mr.
In line with the government policy to plant trees to combat the effects of climate change in the country, The Department of Real Estate, Construction Management, and Quantity Surveying held a tree-planting exercise on Wednesday, 8th March 2023. During the tree planting event over 500 indigenous trees and edible fruit trees were planted
The event attracted participants from the Institute of Quantity Surveyors of Kenya (IQSK), Kenyam Forest Service, Kabuito contractors, and staff & students from the Faculty of Built Environment and Design.
The Department of Real Estate, Construction Management, and Quantity Surveying will hold a tree planting exercise on Wednesday, 8th March 2023 at 2 PM. The Department will plant trees at CCU next to the Main Campus.