Late January / Early February
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It is EMI's privilege to partner with the Anglican Diocese of Goma in the DRC for design of a new theological college, design of a new radio station multi-functional building, and assessment of a multipurpose facility currently under construction. The new theological college will hopefully be the first of many in the region. The space of the current radio station, which has a reach of around 1,000,000 people, is no longer sufficient.

Project Scope

EMI is excited to work with the Anglican Diocese of Goma on three projects: a theological college masterplan and conceptual design, a radio station building detailed design, and a multi-purpose building assessment. Each project is located on separate campuses around the City of Goma. The scope of work is outlined below: 

  • A theological college
    • Master Plan of a 2.5-acre site
      • Including access and pedestrian/vehicular circulation
    • Infrastructure
      • Water supply and storage
      • Wastewater and solid waste management
      • Drainage and grading
      • Site Electrical
    • Conceptual building design for phase one buildings
  • A three-story radio station building
    • Conceptual building design
    • Detailed building design
  • Multi-purpose building assessment
    • Architectural recommendations
    • Structural assessment and remediation planning


Architecture: Planning, Landscape, Gen. Arch.
Civil Engineering: Storm water, Potable Water, Wastewater, Civil Engineering, Grading
Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering
Structural Engineering: Structural Engineering
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