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.