"To Become The Preferred Infrastructure training Institution In Africa And Beyond"
"To Facilitate the provision of High Quality infrastructure through training"
Kenya Institute Of Highways & Building Technology was originally established as a training division within
the Public Works department in May 1948. The purpose was to carter for skills improvement which had become necessary in the country. The training areas included
Roads Road Foremen, Water Foremen, Inspectors and Survey Assistants
The institute is now a major skill improvement training centre, well staffed and with an annual trainee turn over of more than three thousand
The mandate has now been revised to include training for the infrastucture sector and client countries from the sub-Saharan region