Meeting a Need
Founded as a non-profit architectural service organization, MSAADA is committed to providing life-enhancing services to our Global neighbors through helping important building projects materialize. Most often, MSAADA’s architectural and engineering services assist churches, missions and non-profit organizations building in developing countries.
Since 1980, MSAADA has served on well over 1,000 projects in a total of 40 countries worldwide. Of those projects, over 750 of them have been constructed or are presently being implemented. Those 750 projects represent a total floor area equal to about 650,000 square meters (or about 7 million square feet)! 40 of those projects are churches built in Africa, Asia, and the USA – some of which seat over 2,000 worshipers.
Statement of Purpose
“The purpose of this non-profit corporation is to provide professional Architectural and Engineering (A/E) services in the planning, design and implementation of building projects for organizations dedicated to serving others. The services provided focus on assisting those with building projects dedicated to life-enhancing services such as education, medical services, and spiritual expression. Emphasis is given to activities in the Developing World, as the corporation was created in response to the need for such services. Priority is further given to providing these A/E services for organizations with a commitment to assist the Worldwide Church.”
Architecture as Mission Outreach
Careful planning is necessary if Churches, Missions, and other agencies in the Developing World are to get the best buildings for the lowest cost. MSAADA’s understanding of design and building processes in other parts of the world ensures that new hospitals, schools, churches, or other buildings we design not only look great on the drawing board and on the day of inauguration, but for years to come!