These are two projects, designed for the Government of Kenya and funded by the Department for International Development of the British Government, are part of an on-going programme to support and reinforce Primary Health Care in Kenya. The two buildings, on adjoining sites, house offices and meeting rooms. The NASCOP building is the result of a sensitive conversion of a 1920 disused laboratory.
The original single storey building was extended to two storeys and the original roof including its characteristic jack roof was reconstructed.
The Malaria Control Programme building is an entirely new building designed on a tight site and houses offices, a laboratory and a substantial conference room. The project was designed and constructed within a period of ten months, and was handed over to the Ministry of Health in July 2000.
Client: Kenya and British Governments
Project Location: Nairobi, Kenya
Gross Area: 3000sq.metres
Completion : 2002