Our vision is to see people restored by God and the world restored through design.
EMI Nicaragua exists to deliver conceptual designs, detailed designs and construction management services to support the sharing of the Gospel of Christ and meeting the physical needs of people throughout Latin America.
Inside EMI Nicaragua
Go inside EMI—the people, the projects, and the stories.
A medida que EMI comienza a planificar el nuevo lanzamiento de la oficina en México, read more
estamos buscando conectar con diseñadores de la red de EMI que hablen español. Profesionales que sientan el llamado de Dios a servir en un creciente equipo de “EMInautas” cuyo enfoque de ministerio es México. ¿Podrías ser tú? Por favor contáctate hoy con firstname.lastname@example.org!
As EMI begins planning a new office launch in Mexico, we are actively looking to engage Spanish-speaking design professionals in the EMI Network. Professionals God may be calling to serve on a growing team of EMI’ers whose ministry focus will be Mexico. Could this be you? Please get in touch with email@example.com today!
About EMI Nicaragua
In 2001, Engineering Ministries International sent two volunteers to Guatemala to supervise the construction of an EMI project. EMI asked them to launch the Latin America office in Guatemala City. The office and staff flourished in Guatemala City as EMI Latin America focused on projects in Guatemala and throughout Latin America. In 2007 the office was moved to Atenas, Costa Rica and EMI Latin America continued to focus on projects throughout Central and South America. 2014 brought about more change in the Latin America office when the Costa Rica office was temporarily closed.
September of 2016 saw the re-launch of the Latin America office in Managua, Nicaragua, now known as EMI Nicaragua. By locating the office in the capital city of Nicaragua, EMI is positioned to support and assist our client ministries who are seeking to share the Gospel of Christ (eternal hope) and meeting the needs (physical hope) of some of the neediest people in the western hemisphere.