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Kenneth Muhumuza

Senior Environment Consultant

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Kenneth holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering and Management from Kyambogo University and a post graduate diploma in project planning and management from the Uganda Management Institute. He has over 6 years’ experience in environmental monitoring and management and is registered with the Uganda Association for Impact Assessment. Prior to joining JBN, Kenneth worked as the Contractor’s Environment Officer from 2011-2013 during the Upgrading of the Nyakahita-Kazo road (69km) to Bituminous Standard that was supported by the African Development Bank funding and Government of Uganda. Most of his experience is related with environmental management for the construction sectors especially roads and bridges.

As JBN’s Coordinator for field projects, Kenneth provides support to projects where JBN is contracted to provide staffing and environmental monitoring services. He is currently the Contractor’s Environment Officer for the UGX 350 billion New Nile bridge project that is financed by JICA and Government of Uganda. He also provides technical backstopping for Health, Safety and Environment management for the on-going construction of the Agaga-Achwa 32MW hydropower plant in Pader District in Northern Uganda.

Since 2014 at the New Nile Bridge project, Kenneth has planned, coordinated and implemented HSE activities for a site with a workforce of over 200 workers both local and international experts. He has also been deeply involved in HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention campaigns; voluntary Counseling and testing outreaches as well as gender sensitization, monitoring and reporting. He has coordinated water quality monitoring and bathymetric survey regimes for over 2 years; advised on compliances to environmental regulations and permitting requirements, developed method statements, management plans as well as implementing best management practices for environmental impact monitoring.

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