It is said that Voi town was so named after a slave trader, Chief Kivoi, who settled in the area 400 years ago. What thereafter became a trading centre grew into a township whose inhabitants worked on the railway and in the nearby sisal estates.
In more recent years, the town has rapidly developed into a vibrant economic centre for agriculture, mining, tourism, transport and infrastructure, with a projected GDP growth of 7.6% by 2017.
Our desire is to positively impact on the growth of the regional economy and to improve standards of land use planning and management, design and construction – all underpinned by a respect for people and planet.
We are coming home.