Nairobi University towers Located within the university’s main campus precinct and right at the core of Nairobi’s CBD, is an epitome of refined architectural skills and the quest to address the increased demand for university education against limited surface space at the already crowded university premises.
With several universities in the country swinging between increased demand for university education against limited capacity, this structure will be a great relief to the university’s already strained infrastructure by accommodating the increasing academic activities and administrative services.
The University of Nairobi Towers were officially opened in November 2016. The 22 storey building has a total floor area of 28,000m² and the capacity to accommodate 3500 students. It is utilised by the Graduate School, School of Business, School of Engineering, University Management and Confucius Institute.
The building incorporates a water recycling system and utilises solar energy.
The Chandaria Centre for Performing Arts is located on the sixth floor and can accommodate 600 people. There are several seminar and conference rooms, fitted with state-of-the-art ICT services, to facilitate the University’s core business of teaching and learning.
Chandaria University of Nairobi
Waweru and Associates
M & E Consulting Engineers
China Wu Yi