Construction Project Managers in Kenya

A globally-accredited Construction Project Management firm led by Architecture & Engineering professionals

Full-Service Construction Project Management

INTEGRUM is the only project management firm in Kenya that comprehensively covers the entire lifecycle of your construction project, under the strategic leadership of Architects, Engineers, and Quantity Surveyors.

Here’s a brief rundown of what we specialize in:

Construction Management

INTEGRUM are your supervisors on the ground, overseeing each task according to quality standards, project budget, and contract terms. Meanwhile, you’re kept in the loop with regular progress reports, financial appraisals, and material test certificates.

Cost Planning & Value Engineering

While others only provide cost estimates, INTEGRUM’s value engineering calculatedly optimizes and tracks every coin going into your project. You get to know the cost implications of every decision, as well as the most cost-effective procurement strategies.

Contract Administration

As experts in all standard forms of contract – including FIDIC, JBC, and PPRA – we establish contracts that exhaustively outline the obligations of all parties. Our team also monitors performance against contractual obligations, mediates disputes, and mitigates legal risks.

Feasibility Study

With Integrum by your side, you’re building with foresight. We identify market opportunities, define technical and financial prerequisites, review your project’s positioning against upcoming developments, and provide accurate projections of your construction costs and ROI.

PPP Proposals

Our PPP proposals establish strategic and sustainable roadmaps for public-private partnerships. This is after your project is assessed from financial, technical, legal, and social standpoints, all while taking into account the market conditions, potential competitors, and industry benchmarks.

Tender Management

With INTEGRUM overseeing your tendering process, you’re assured of confidentiality, fairness, and precision. We extend invitations to our network of reputable contractors, and the resultant bids are rigorously screened based on value, expertise, and capacity.

Process Flow Chart

We leave nothing to chance.
INTEGRUM construction project managers tactfully help you through every stage of the project – from planning to managing both the technical and cost elements.

Our project management services are systematically structured as follows:

Stage 1: Feasibility Analysis

What We Do

Perform case studies on comparable facilities.

Identify market opportunities.

Define the technical and financial requirements.

Review the project’s positioning against other developments.

Estimate construction costs and ROI.

Recommend strategies for protecting against future market over/underexposure.


Feasibility Report.

Annual Profit and Loss (P&L) statements over a 10-year period.

Return on Investment, Return on Equity, and Internal Rate of Return projections.

Stage 2: Project Planning

What We Do

Review project options and ratify the one that best delivers the client’s requirements.

Define the quality standards, processes, and metrics for measuring project performance.

Prepare the design basis report that outlines the recommended specifications, goals, scope, and expectations.

Agree on route to building regulations compliance.

Define the project’s organizational structure, roles, responsibilities, and decision-making processes.

Estimate the costs for all tasks and establish a project budget.

Identify potential risks, assess their impact, and develop mitigation strategies.


Project Execution Plan.

Design Basis Report.

Design Brief.

Project Master Schedule.

Stage 3: Design & Construction Approval

What We Do

Collate land ownership documentation.

Identify the design team – architect, engineers, etc.

Brief the design team on the project’s performance specifications. 

Facilitate collaboration between different disciplines involved in the design,

Monitor the progress of the designs against established milestones.

Establish mechanisms for continuous feedback during the design phase.

Track changes to the design while adjusting budget projections accordingly.

Check that the designs meet all regulatory, safety, and functional requirements.

Follow up on the construction approval processes.


Collated Architectural Drawings and Specifications.

Collated Structural Drawings and Specifications.

Collated MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing) Drawings and Specifications.

Development Permits.

Stage 4: Cost Planning & Value Engineering

What We Do

Analyze design proposals to achieve the desired outcomes at the lowest possible cost without compromising quality.

Decide on the most cost-effective approach to procuring materials, equipment, and labor.

Prepare a procurement plan that details what will be procured, from whom, and the associated costs.

Set aside contingency funds for unforeseen expenses or overruns.

Review, approve, and manage changes to the project that might impact costs.

Compare the project’s estimated costs with similar projects to ensure competitiveness and realism.

Come up with guidelines for monitoring and controlling costs during project execution.


Pre-Tender Cost Estimates.

Priced and Unpriced Bills Of Quantities.

Procurement Plan.

Cost Management Plan.

Value Engineering Report.

Stage 5: Contract Writing & Tender Management

What We Do

Establish the tender evaluation criteria. 

Compile tender documents (unpriced BQ, contract drawings, tender forms, contract conditions). 

Publicize the tender opportunity through appropriate channels.

Oversee the process of receiving and securely storing submitted bids.

Screen potential contractors to ensure they meet the necessary criteria in terms of experience, capacity, and financial stability.

Assess the value proposition of each bid, considering both cost and quality.

Propose the best-qualified contractors to the project stakeholders.

Draft contract documents in line with the project execution plan, cash flow forecast, and legal requirements. 

Oversee the signing of the contract agreement.

Follow up on the contractors’ insurance policies and performance bonds.

Document the entire tendering process, including evaluations, decisions, and justifications.


Tender Documents.

Tender Addenda.

Contract Documents.

Tender Evaluation Report.

Proof of Contractor’s Insurance Policies.

Proof of Contractor’s Performance Bond.

Stage 6: Construction Management

What We Do

Oversee the day-to-day operations on the construction site.

Ensure that construction work meets the defined quality standards and specifications.

Ensure compliance with the contract terms. 

Oversee the use, maintenance, and scheduling of construction equipment.

Track actual expenses against the budget and address any financial discrepancies.

Apply value engineering recommendations to optimize construction processes and costs.

Test construction materials for quality and performance.

Schedule and coordinate progress review meetings.

Oversee the disbursement of payments to contractors and suppliers upon task completion.

Review, approve, and manage changes to the original scope that arise during construction.

Maintain and organize all construction-related documents, including permits, contracts, and variation orders.


Progress Reports. 

Variation Appraisals.

Material Test Certificates. 

Statement of Expenditure. 

Compliance Reports. 

Minutes of Site Meetings. 

Program of Works.

Stage 7: Project Hand-Over & Defects Management

What We Do

Coordinate and oversee final inspections to ensure the project meets all standards and requirements.

Organize training sessions for end-users or the client’s team on the operation and maintenance of the delivered project.

Hand over project in line with its Plan for Use strategy.

Manage the Defects Liability Period, in which the contractor rectifies any identified defects.

Document insights, challenges, and recommendations based on the project’s experiences for future reference.

Apply for and follow up on the Occupancy Certificate.


Project Close-Out Report.

Collated As-Built Drawings. 

Occupancy Certificate. 

Facility Maintenance Manuals.

Proof of Contractor’s Defects Liability Insurance.

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Have any questions? We are always open to discussing your project ideas and how we can help you.

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