Over the last two decades it has gone unnoticed that in such rampantly growing infrastructure hub, there isn’t any council or professional architects to make sure that implementation of related work fulfills known norm.
There are 46 registered and known professional architects, planners, quality and land surveyors in Rwanda working under a board.
Working under a smaller board ascertains that much of the construction done on personal or small scale construction enterprise level is mostly shoddy even when bigger construction companies are negligent of public work survey and inspection.
Last week’s cabinet resolution on Wednesday October 19 passed resolution 17 that would have the Professional Architects’ Council reconstituted so that work done by different construction companies is deeply surveyed and thoroughly liable.
This is line with the growing infrastructure and consummate need for better architectural plans that suit urbanization.