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    Bendor Estates Ltd Borehole Drilling Supervision – Thika
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    Bendor Estates Ltd Borehole Hydrogeological Survey - Thika
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    Galu Kinondo Geological Assessment In Ukunda - Kwale County
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    Karirana Tea Estates Hydrogeological Survey In Limuru Kiambu County
  • Kerwa Hydrogeological Survey - Rironi Kiambu County
    Kerwa Hydrogeological Survey - Rironi Kiambu County
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    Kipeto Borehole Hydrogeological Survey-Isinya Kajiado
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    Nairobi Royal Golf Club Hydrogeological Survey Golf Course - Nairobi County
  • Naromoru Water Resources Assessment - Naromoru River Nyeri County
    Naromoru Water Resources Assessment - Naromoru River Nyeri County
  • Ntarshat Hydrogeological Survey- Ngong Hills Kajiado County
    Ntarshat Hydrogeological Survey- Ngong Hills Kajiado County
  • St Ann Kibiko Catholic Church Borehole Hydrogeological Survey Kibiko-Ngong Kajiado County
    St Ann Kibiko Catholic Church Borehole Hydrogeological Survey Kibiko-Ngong Kajiado County

 


In recent years, Real Estate Development has been booming throughout Kenya and East Africa Region.  Many land buyers and developers (whether individuals or corporate) are nowadays interested in buying land in areas where there is potential for groundwater development to enable drilling of productive boreholes capable of meeting various water use demands such as  domestic, institutional, industrial, agricultural or commercial water supplies. 

It is always advisable for any land buyer or developer to seek professional advice on matters of groundwater resources, water potential and quality found in a given project area weighed against water demand for the current or future need for the land being sought. This inception study should be done where applicable before making the final land transactions or commitments. In some projects where this advice has not been considered at the inception stage, many costly interventions have been made when establishing reliable water supply sources. Some of these interventions include buying other small plots of land in far environs where groundwater potential and quality is good for purposes of borehole drilling and then piping or ferrying of water to the points of interest such as farms, factories, residential areas, learning institutions, shopping / office malls, recreational zones, water selling outlets or any other. 

Using our wide experience in groundwater resources throughout Kenya and the East African Region, we have been advising and continue to advice many land buyers or developers either individual or corporate client’s in this aspect which has turned out to be very helpful to many. There are clients who even narrow down to a number of plots of land and then seek our professional advice on the best plot to buy out of all the pre-selected plots. Buying a piece of land in an area with no groundwater potential or where the potential is poor no matter how cheap the land is, can be a frustrating investment if borehole drilling is a factor in the entire development either at present or future time.