TektoConsult is a Kenyan professional Architectural / Interior Design & Planning consultancy firm registered in 2005. The firm is under the able stewardship of Architect Dorothy Achieng' Abonyo, holder of a First Class Honours Bachelor of Architecture Degree (UoN, 1990) and a Cum Laude Master of Architecture Degree in Human Settlements (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, 1995). She is registered with the Board of Registration for Architects and Quantity Surveyors; a corporate member of the Architects' Chapter and a graduate member of the Town Planning Chapter of the Architectural Association of Kenya.
With the ability to provide a comprehensive design consortium comprising architects, interior designers, landscape architects, town planners, quantity surveyors and engineering consultants, the practice can produce the correct design to suite a client's specific needs by close co-operation and dedicated discipline. To enable the firm further serve clients with even greater efficiency we have installed appropriate Computer Aided Design (CAD) software.
The aims of the practice include the following:
- To understand the clientâ€™s requirements and the social, economic and cultural environment in which those requirements were generated.
- To ensure that the design team has fully understood the client's requirements and to co-ordinate its work as an integrated group.
- To ensure that by efficient project management, the financial resources of the client are used in the most efficient way and that financial and time objectives are maintained throughout the projects' implementation.
- To strive for excellence and always endeavour to achieve it in our design work
The practice, with a skilled team of architects, technicians, designers and specialist consultants is able to offer comprehensive design services from initial feasibility study through to completed contract on all types of work. These range from small household extensions to large commercial and residential developments. The practice of TektoConsult believes that the future of architecture in this country lies in the commitment of young architects to tackle architectural problems and projects with special consideration to the user community and the resultant built environment.SEE PROJECTS