MiNeco HOUSE LIMITED
The MiNeco House - 2 years of building and construction using interlocking block and innovative building systems.
MiNeco Houses core focus is construction of Low cost building structures ranging from residential housing, commercial buildings anywhere in Kenya.
MiNeco House Principle:
- · Minimal Cost of construction ensuring quality & standard.
- · Ecofriendly materials and construction methods.
- · Minimal space usage.
- · Minimal construction periods of between 45 and 90 days for Bungalows and Maisonette respectively.
In 2010, with the objective of developing a cost effective building system for the developing world, MiNeco House was established. Today, close to 25 people are employed in Kenya in the; construction, training in block making, office administration, building materials supply and property development.
The MiNeco House building system are used in over 5 counties in Kenya. MiNeco House build and sells brick and block countrywide. The company produces three ranges of block and brick,
Through use of Hydraform machines
· The Stabilised Soil Interlocking block Type-1 (SSIB-1),
· Stabilised Soil Interlocking block Type-2 (SSIB-2) and
· Stabilised Soil Interlocking block Curved (SSIB-C)
The Hydraform machines are mobile and are used to make solid blocks with local soil anywhere in the country.
MiNeco House has built many buildings countrywide using the Interlocking block Building System, ranging from low cost dwellings to multi storey luxury houses, schools,
Churches mass housing developments and offices.
The building system has been used by; Private investors, Developers and Entrepreneurs.The block are made by a Hydraform machine and each block is laid on top of each other without the need for mortar between blocks, the blocks are mostly dry-stacked. The interlocking block is made of local soil and as little as 5% cement, cured over a period of seven days. Building with the blocks is easy and simple where unskilled labour can be used in both the construction and block making. The simplicity of the system has led it to being used on projects countrywide where skills shortages and employment creation are key factors.