A talk by Arch. Kenneth Ssemwogerere, PhD

Architect, SIGL architects, Lecturer, Dept of Architecture,

Makerere University, UGANDA


When: Thursday, November 28 @ 3 PM

Where: 2053 Wilson Hall

New College, University of Toronto


Bio: Dr. Ssemwogerere Kenneth is an Architect who graduated from Makerere University in 1999. He received a scholarship to do a Masters in Engineering and Technology in Russia in 2001 and  Doctorate degree in Construction management. He is a Past President of the Uganda Society of Architects; an Associate member Singapore Institute of Architects; International Member, Malaysia institute of Architects and Architectural Association of Kenya. He has been a Lecturer in the Department of Architecture & Physical Planning at Makerere University since 2004. He teaches Construction management & Professional practice; Urban Infrastructure development and financing. He is the founder and Principal Architect of SASA Infrastructure Group limited in Kampala, Uganda which is leading the way in Public Private Partnerships (PPP) consultancy and training in Uganda. Dr. Ssemwogerere serves on the PPP Committee of the Government of Uganda and was recently appointed to be an Advisor to the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) on matters of Investment & Infrastructure. He has presented papers to universities and organisations such as University of Canberra, Australia; University of Technology, Sydney; University of New South Wales, Australia; University of Alberta; North Alberta Institute of Technology NAIT, Alberta, Canada; Austrian Economic Chamber, Vienna; Ministry of Lands and Housing, Juba, South Sudan. His passion is to see how best Governments and Cities can provide efficient and cost-effective services to citizens.


All Welcome! Sponsored by the African Studies Program at New College

Contact: Prof. Marieme Lo, Director, African Studies Program | E-mail: Marieme.Lo@utoronto.ca

Arch. Kenneth Ssemwogerere talk poster

Date: November 28th, 2019
Start Time: 3:00pm
End Time: 5:00pm
Location: 2053 Wilson Hall
E-Mail: Marieme.Lo@utoronto.ca