Restoration Underway: Timber and Model Structures Laboratory Undergoes Repairs

The Department of Civil & Construction Engineering at the University of Nairobi is pleased to announce the commencement of repairs at the Timber and Model Structures laboratory. This essential facility plays a crucial role in providing students with hands-on experience and practical training in the field of civil engineering.

Ensuring a Safe and Functional Learning Environment:

Chairman of Department Engages in Climate Adaptation Changemakers School at Wangari Maathai Institute

Eng. Simpson Osano, the esteemed Chairman of the Department of Civil & Construction Engineering at the University of Nairobi, is currently participating in a transformative 4-day Climate Adaptation Changemakers School 2024 hosted by the Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environment.

A Platform for Climate Action:

Chairman of Department Meets National Construction Authority CEO to Discuss Civil Engineering Conference Partnership

The Department of Civil & Construction Engineering at the University of Nairobi is proud to announce a significant step forward in our efforts to promote collaboration and knowledge exchange within the civil engineering community. On Wednesday, 20th March 2024, the Chairman of the department had the privilege of meeting with the Chief Executive Officer of the National Construction Authority (NCA) to discuss a potential partnership for an upcoming Civil Engineering Conference. 

Nairobi Innovation Week

Announcing Nairobi Innovation Week 2024: Strengthening the Innovation Ecosystem

We are thrilled to announce the upcoming Nairobi Innovation Week, scheduled to take place from 8th to 10th May 2024. This eagerly anticipated event promises to be a dynamic platform for fostering collaboration, driving innovation, and advancing sustainable development in Kenya and beyond. 

MSc Syllabus Review

Calling for Stakeholder Input: Department of Civil & Construction Engineering Updates MSc Programme

The Department of Civil & Construction Engineering at the University of Nairobi is embarking on a journey to enhance its Master of Science in Civil Engineering programme, and we invite stakeholders to contribute their valuable insights and recommendations. As part of our commitment to continuous improvement and staying abreast of industry trends, we recognize the importance of incorporating diverse perspectives into the syllabus review process.

Announcing the #CCE2024 Conference

Announcing the #CCE2024 Conference - your gateway to the latest advancements in civil engineering! Dive into discussions on affordable housing, transportation systems, and more, all aimed at transforming Kenya's infrastructure landscape.

🌐 Attend #CCE2024 Conference physically or virtually! Network with industry leaders, researchers, and practitioners from around the globe. Reserve your seat now:

PhD Student Caroline Publishes Groundbreaking Research in Engineering, Technology & Applied Science Research

In a significant achievement for the academic community, PhD student Caroline has recently published her groundbreaking research in Engineering, Technology & Applied Science Research. This noteworthy contribution sheds light on the pressing issue of vehicle-induced air pollution and offers insights into predicting and mitigating its effects using advanced machine learning models.

Research Title: Prediction of Vehicle-induced Air Pollution based on Advanced Machine Learning Models

Empowering the Future: Eng. Elijah Ochieng Unveils the Power of Building Information Modelling (BIM) to University of Nairobi Students

In a pioneering initiative to bridge the gap between academia and industry, Eng. Elijah Ochieng, a distinguished BIM Specialist and Professional Engineer from Civistruct Integrated Ltd, took the stage at the Civil Engineering Lecture Theatre (CELT) in the Department of Civil & Construction Engineering, University of Nairobi. The guest lecture, facilitated by Eng. Muthomi Munyua and graced by the Chairman, Eng. Simpson Osano, provided fourth-year students with a deep dive into the transformative world of Building Information Modelling (BIM).