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Britam acquires she billion expension revenue after sale of 24.6 per cent stake Britam acquires she billion expension revenue after sale of 24.6 per cent stake Britam acquires she billion expension revenue after sale of 24.6 per cent stake

Howard Humphreys (now an Atkins company) was appointed by Britam to provide civil/structural design and construction supervision for a commercial building that would not only reflect the stature and image of the client but also contribute in shaping Nairobi’s changing skyline. The client’s desire was to have a sustainable building that will stand the test of time, a timeless piece.

Howard Humphreys (now an Atkins company) was appointed by Britam to provide civil/structural design and construction supervision for a commercial building that would not only reflect the stature and image of the client but also contribute in shaping Nairobi’s changing skyline. The client’s desire was to have a sustainable building that will stand the test of time, a timeless piece.

The proposed development incorporates the design and construction of a 31-storey office tower that stands 200m tall. It begins at the base as a square that rotates progressively till the 30th floor at 45 degrees, resulting in varying floor sizes. The building center core will end at 34th floor level to support a 60m high conical steel spire mast that will carry feature fins.

A 15-storey Parkade building that will hold approximately 1000 cars is also constructed in the adjacent to cater for the parking needs with a data center to be housed on the top floor. The two buildings are separated by an open atrium.

At the time of completion, the BRITAM Tower was amongst the highest building structures in Africa at a height of 200m above ground including the 60m spire sitting above the main building.