The Imaara Mall is a state of the art mall located in Imara Daima along Mombasa road and ExpressWay. The mall was constructed in 2018 at a cost of USD 23.1 million (over Ksh 2 billion). Here is the story of the owners of the mall as told by the African Torch.
The Imaara mall.
The Imaara mall is a world class modern shopping mall situated at Imara Daima along Mombasa road. The mall is a one stop centre for consumers offering unique retail variety, multiple dining, experiences and health facilities. Some of the big brands that have occupied the mall include Naivas supermarket, Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB), TenderCare hospital, Airtel, Stanbic bank, Optica, Pharmaplus, Samsung, Diamond Trust Bank (DTB), Big Knife, Espresso coffee, Manhattan Club (owned by Bien of Sauti sol), Text Book Centre, Hotpoint and Rubis Petrol Station among many others.
The Owners of Imaara Mall.
The Imaara mall is fully owned by Tuffsteel limited. Construction of the mall begun in 2018 after the company invested USD 23.1 million (over Ksh 2 billion) in the project as reported by metalbulletin.com
“We are breaking ground next week, and expect construction to be finished in two years,” said Mukesh Patel in a past interview with Steel First.
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Tuffsteel limited is a company that provides construction solutions such as steel products, bitumen, roofing products, cement products and other materials that are necessary during construction. Established in 2010, the company has hugely contributed to Kenya’s infrastructure by providing superior construction materials under one roof. The company has great partnerships with some of Kenya’s leading manufacturers such as Mombasa cement, Nyumba Colourcut and Tuff Bitumen among many others. Tuffsteel limited has been the company that has facilitated the development of some of the major projects in the country in terms of supplying cement and steel.
They include; malls. Karen hub mall, Garden city mall, Karen Waterfront mall and Two rivers mall. Towers we have Britam towers, KCB Headquarters in Upper Hill, UAP Towers, UN Headquarters and Sameer Business Park. Schools and hospitals include Nairobi hospital, Nairobi University and Kenya School of Monetary Studies. Other projects the company has been involved in include Kakamega dam, Lamu port, Kilifi Port and the Tribe Hotel in Gigiri.
Mukesh Patel is the Managing Director of Tuffsteel limited and has been serving in the position since June 2007.