|Location||Upper Hill, Nairobi, Kenya|
|Floor area||17,000 m2 (180,000 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Planning Systems Services|
|Main contractor||Laxmanbhai Construction|
The tower is a reinforced concrete structure, and clad with blue-tinted glass and white louvre tiles. The tower has twenty-two storeys, including a double floor-height lobby, plus two basement floors. It is 16 storeys smaller than the New Central Bank Tower, the tallest building in the country.
The building is capped by a 30-metre high mast, for television and radio communication. The main tenants are iWay Africa, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and Dhanush InfoTech. The architect is Planning Systems Services, the structural engineers Mangat, I.B. Patel & Partners, the main contractors were Laxmanbhai Construction and the services engineers for the project were Howard Humphreys (Kenya) Limited.
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