Architecture in Community. How can an EMI architecture best serve communities and the church?
Without centralized air conditioning, how do we go about creating indoor environments where people can comfortably work, play and live?
Creating sources of water: design parameters for the construction of earthen dams.
Concrete frame with masonry infill, and confined masonry: how do these two systems differ?
Designing toward resiliency in the developing world: Fire Risk Reduction of new and existing structures.
The architectural product of EMI is not simply a building, it is a way of thinking together.
How millennials can bridge the generation gap with older generations in the workplace.
The role of the Electrical Engineer in EMI’s four-stage work-flow for EE projects
Compressed Earth Blocks: Learning from the forensic diagnosis of distressed CEB buildings in West Africa
Key lessons learned over a decade of Construction Management at EMI Uganda
It’s a balmy day in one of India’s oldest cities. Our team eagerly shares the latest iteration of our master plan for a new training center.
EMI teams are usually very reluctant to recommend a wastewater treatment system that has any level of mechanization or sophistication.
What can we do to develop, disciple and lead Millennials?
Engineering Ministries International has a 33-year history of designing Christian campuses. This includes a dozen schools, universities, and learning institutions in the last year alone.
The irrigation system in Guayabal, Dominican Republic, has not functioned for 14 years.
Engineering Ministries International teams are routinely asked to comment on the existing construction at a ministry site.
When I first volunteered with EMI, I saw the importance of testing water firsthand. We were designing a master plan for a 26- acre Bible school property in Samfya, Zambia.