ISK call for Huruma building surveyors to be held accountable
10 May 2016, 17:35
Nairobi - The Institution
of Surveyors of Kenya has called for key members to be held accountable for the
Huruma building collapse.
According to The Star ISK
said they should be held accountable criminally and professionally.
Chairman Stephen Ambani
made the call to the Engineers Board, Architectural Association, the National
Construction Authority and Nema.
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The ISK said that
developers should be given guidelines for what standards should be set.
ISK also accused government
of not doing enough to ensure that standards are met.
The Huruma collapse which occurred last week Sunday has since claimed
the life of 51 people while 19 have been reported missing.