Case Study

Transforming the Swaminarayan Satsang Temple,Nairobi

The East Africa Swaminarayan Satsang Temple was opened in 2000. It is regarded as an architectural masterpiece in Nairobi, Kenya. The The East Africa Swaminarayan Satsang Temple is located in the Parklands, an affluent region of Nairobi.

Discover how Saint-Gobain Africa, a renowned global leader in sustainable building solutions, provided their superior quality plasterboards to elevate the East Africa Swaminarayan Satsang Temple, Nairobi. This case study delves into the rich history of the temple and sheds light on the significant role plasterboards played in enhancing its spiritual ambiance. Saint-Gobain Africa enabled the temple to create a serene and aesthetically pleasing environment for worshippers and visitors alike.

Saint-Gobain Africa provided 12 mm regular Saint-Gobain Gyproc RhinoBoard plasterboards for the interior. The lightweight and high strength boards ensure thermal and acoustic performance. They also complement the overall aesthetic of the structure.

For bathrooms and ablution facilities, 12 mm Saint-Gobain Gyproc MoistureResistant plasterboards were used. They guarantee durability and ease of maintenance in moisture-prone sections of the temple.

Saint-Gobain Africa solutions are tailored to meet a wide scope of design specifications and building regulations to meet the requirements of the most demanding projects.