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The construction industry in kenya is regulated by the county governments and the National construction Authority. The county government issues the construction permit but one has to register the project with the National construction Authority which issues compliance certificate to enable one to commence construction works.
Registration with National Construction Authority (NCA)
National Construction Authority (NCA) is a statutory body whose main function is to regulate, streamline and build capacity in the construction industry. In order to do this; the authority registers projects, provides supervisors and workers accreditation and also does contractor registration.
All construction projects should be registered with the National Construction Authority. Once the application for project registration has been done as per the set criteria; one is issued with a preliminary compliance certificate. The construction works can start as one awaits for issuance of the compliance certificate.