Arusha Technical College (ATC) and Kenya Institute of Highways and Building Technology (KIHBT) are in the processes of establishing collaboration in the field of Transportation Engineering. This follows a recent visit by a team from KIHBT to gain insights into various college activities, specifically in the departments of Transportation and Civil Engineering, to identify potential areas of collaboration.
Speaking after receiving KIHBT visitors at the College premises, the College Ag. Rector Dr. Yusuph Mhando said that the doors for collaboration between the two institutes are open. He said ATC was ready to co-operate with KIHBT in areas identified for collaboration.
Staff from Kenya Institute of Highway and Building Technology receiving briefings from Soil and Bitumen Laboratory Manager Eng. Jalalya Mabojano when they visited the workshop.
The Director of KIHBT Eng. Maurice Nabende said that was impressed with the modern infrastructure at Arusha Technical College.
ATC and KIHBT have both received funds from the World Bank through EASTRIP Project to be upgraded to TVET Centres of Excellence in Renewable Energy and Highway Technology respectively.
By Makundi Senzota, the Public Relations Officer at Arusha Technical College