Mobile Missions Maintenance, Ndola, Zambia
Master Plan and Infrastructure Assessment
Mobile Missions Maintenance (MMM) is a faith-based non-denominational organization that exists to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ by building, renovating and maintaining facilities used in Christian outreach. In Zambia, MMM empowers and equips trainees to become productive members of their communities, through trade practical, social, economic and spiritual life skills. In addition to MMM’s current facilities, they are moving forward with plans to build dorm accommodations for up to 150 students from a nearby University to live on the MMM campus, providing both an opportunity for outreach and discipleship to these students and a sustainable financial resource for the ministry. The typical 50 person dormitory building has been designed by the ministry.
Our scope for our project team is develop a master plan for the campus – included feedback on the proposed locations of the new dorm buildings - including all anticipated future MMM building locations and approximate sizes. We will also provide an overall assessment of the electrical, water and wastewater systems serving the campus and provide recommendations for the improvements and methods to serve future buildings identified in the master plan.
Will you consider joining our team and coming alongside the Mobile Missions Maintenance Zambia in equipping and reaching out to share the love of Christ to their community?
|Architect / Master Planner(s) – to assess the existing campus and develop master plan incorporating existing and proposed new buildings, circulation roads and paths
|Civil Engineer(s) – to assess existing water and wastewater systems and recommend solutions to address existing issues and accommodate the master plan additions
|Electrical Engineer(s) – to assess the existing electrical system and recommend solutions to address existing issues and accommodate the master plan additions. Also review potential solar electrical system alternatives to reduce ongoing cost
|Drafter – to develop plans of existing systems and master plan of campus and infrastructure