The student chapters of EWB are molding the internationally-conscious engineers of tomorrow. Become a mentor and be a part of the ingenuity that these young engineers inspire. All that is required is technical expertise in a particular system, field, or industry of relevance to the project. Mentors do not lead student projects and do not need prior EWB experience. Mentors are a resource to provide guidance and advice to the students. We currently have mentoring opportunities at Rice University, the University of Houston, and Texas A&M University at Galveston. Please contact Rich Koenig at email@example.com if you would like to get involved.
Water supply and distribution system for a community of 1200. Scope includes a pump station, storage tanks, and distribution piping. Implementation trip planned for January 2015.
Scope includes drilling a new well with submersible pump, or refurbishing an existing well, along with installing a storage tank & distribution piping. An implementation trip is planned for August 2014.
Objective: build a suspension bridge over a 50-60 ft span, height of around 20 ft during the dry season. Project currently in evaluation phase.
School building construction, Scope consists of construction of an elementary school building for 30 students. The concrete foundation has been completed and an implementation trip is planned for summer 2014 to complete the building construction.