Kisumu Oil Jetty

The 95m long, 4.5m wide jetty with 8 dolphins was successfully constructed and delivered by SECO, complete with piping and full instrumentation, within time and budget and ready for use! This was the first major infrastructure project awarded to a Kenyan company by KPC and its completion marks a major milestone for SECO. The introduction of the jetty will transform Kisumu into the region’s petroleum export hub which will significantly boost Kenya’s chances of regaining its share of the East African petroleum market.

During the construction of the Kisumu Oil Jetty, 250 piles were piled by SECO, providing the approach bridge and the Jetty head with a strong and stable foundation to support the fuel barges for Lake Victoria.

  • CLIENT Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC)
  • YEAR 2018
  • WE DID Geo-technical investigations,Bathymetric survey - pre and post dredging,Installation of marine piles supporting the approach bridge and jetty head,Construction of a 95m long x 4.5m wide jetty head with 8 dolphins,Construction of a 237m long x 6m wide approach bridge,Construction of embankment & Gabion abutment wall,Construction of approximately 250m of access roads,Reinforced concrete works,Electrical and instrumentation works,Fabrication and installation of fuel product pipelines,Fabrication and installation of a water and firefighting pipelines,Supply and installation of port furniture,bollards and fenders,Supply and installation of fuel loading skid along with instrumentation works