The port of Mombasa is the largest port in Kenya and also in East Africa. It is therefore important not only for Kenya, but also for neighbouring landlocked countries such as Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda which use it for much of their international goods traffic. The rapidly growing transport volumes require the port’s infrastructure and its connections to the surrounding area to be adapted, increasing goods handling and transport capacities accordingly. Since 2013, Inros Lackner has been supporting the development of the port of Mombasa with extensive planning services. This includes, among other things, the redevelopment of waterside and landside port facilities, topographical and bathymetric surveys, soil surveys and environmental impact studies, various implementation plans and construction supervision for new buildings as well as feasibility and traffic studies for the road and rail connections.
ClientKenya Ports Authority (KPA)
Survey and evaluation of existing situation, Traffic counts and projections, Hydraulic assessments, Environmental studies, Feasibility studies, Assistance with contract award, Site supervision