Prequalification for Legal Services

The Davis & Shirtliff Group is the leading supplier of Water and Energy Solutions in the region. The Group is Kenyan based and operates through a network of Kenyan Branches as well as regional subsidiaries in Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Rwanda, South Sudan and DRC.

The company invites applications from eligible, interested and capable law firms for provision of legal services in Kenya. Applicants should state the Counties where they have branches or partners and would easily represent the company. Detailed information regarding the pre-qualification, eligibility and specific requirements are available here.

Completed registration documents and copies of testimonials should be sent by email to on or before close of business on 24th August 2018 addressed.

Only successful and prequalified firms will be responded to. The company reserves the right to accept or reject any application without giving reasons for the decision. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

Founders Day 2018 Celebrations

Founders Day Celebrations 2018

The D&S tradition of Founders Day, which marks the Company's establishment in 1946 by Eddie Davis and Dick Shirtliff, has been celebrated across the Group with a series of family-inclusive staff events and CSR activities with this years' theme being tree planting.


Uganda Celebrations

Davis and Shirtliff Uganda Celebrations

D&S Uganda has been busy recently celebrating two important milestones, the opening of its new Kampala Head Office and its 20th Anniversary. At a well-attended event at the new premises, Group Chairman Alec Davis was Guest of Honour and formally opened the building. A number of prominent guests including HE the Kenyan Ambassador, Major


Danish Refugee Council Projects

 Davis and Shirtliff Danish Refugee Council Projects

D&S Uganda has recently completed an important humanitarian project funded by the Danish Refugee Council to provide six solar powered water supplies for refugees around Arua in North West Uganda. Over 1million refugees have moved to Uganda, and the government, working with UNHCR, has provided infrastructure to support them.