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Members of staff and students of SABE with the guest speaker Arch. Lee Karuri after the 2nd annual professional talk on 14th June,2018 at Ruiru Campus.
Arch.C. K. Toroitich, Chair of Education Board of Registration of Architects and Quantity Surveyors (BORAQS) pins a badge of honor on the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Paul Wainaina.
Ag. Dean, School of Architecture and the Built Environment (SABE) Dr. Peter K. Kamau, gives a welcome speech to the first group of KUCCPS students.
Dr. Peter K. Kamau, Ag. Dean (SABE) gives his comments during the stakeholders workshop held on 25th July, 2015 at Kenya School of Monetary Studies (KSMS).
Planner David Gatimu, Chief Officer, Lands and Physical Planning, Kiambu County in a group photo with the Dean, Staff and Students after the career talk on Spatial Planning and urban Management on 27th April, 2017.
Mr. Bernard Nzau, the Director, Multi Villas Real Estate Consultants addresses students and staff on careers in Valuation and Real Estates on 24th April, 2017.
Students of SABE listen keenly during one of the career talks held by the school from 24th to 27th April, 2017 as part of KUSA Students Activities.
Prof. Alfred Omenya, the Principal Researcher at Eco-Build Africa gives a career talk on Architecture and the Built Environment students and staff of SABE on 24th April, 2017.

Dr. Peter Kamau

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Brief Profile: Dr. Peter K. Kamau, the current Dean, School of Architecture and the Built Environment of Kenyatta University is a professional planner who holds a Doctorate (2005) and an Msc in Policy and Planning Science (2002) from The University of Tsukuba, Japan. He is also holder of an MA in Urban and Regional Planning (1994) and a BA (1990) from The University of Nairobi, Kenya. He is a Licensed Physical Planner and EIA lead Expert. His research interests are in the fields of community development research and initiatives focusing on among others; Urban Housing and Land-use systems, environmental impacts, poverty, Water resource use and human wildlife conflicts.

He is skilled in the design, utilization and analysis of various participatory methodologies, project design, presentation, management, coordination; monitoring and evaluation. Dr. Kamau is a member of the Kenya Institute of Planners (KIP), the City Planning Institute of Japan (CPIJ) and the Urban Housing Sciences, Japan (UHS). He has previously served as Chairman in the Department of Environmental Planning and Management, Kenyatta University (2009-2013).
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