Engineers Without Borders - Rocky Mountain Professionals EWB-RMP(EWB-RMP)


Our Monthly meetings are normally held in Boulder, on the University of Colorado Campus, on the second Thursday of each month.


Our general meeting is Thursday May 14th at 7pm on CU's campus, ECCE 1B47, as usual.

We'll be discussing some recent planning and document submission, fundraising, and some upcoming events.

See you there,

Directions to ECCE 1B47 (next to ECCE 1B41)
From the parking lot at the corner of Regent and Colorado, walk west towards the Engineering Center. Continue through the courtyard past the ITLL building on your left (lots of glass/windows) and enter the doors on east side of the building (facing the ITLL building). You'll be a kind of dreary, long hallway on the basement (ground) level. Walk to the end of the hallway, and ECCE 1B47 is the second to last classroom on the right.

A 7.8 magnatude earthquake hit Nepal in the Katmandu area on April 25th.

We were able to contact by phone, an engineer from our partner NGO, who reported no major damage in Ilam. Everyone at NCDC is safe, including a staff member who lives in Kathmandu. RMP is grateful that our friends in Ilam are safe following this disaster. Our hearts go out to Nepal.

Nepal Earthquake - Where to Doante




The Spring at Khosli Dhara!!!Excavation at Khosli Dhara

April 2015 - The New Spring at Khosli Dhara in Ilam, Nepal!

We have raised over $1000 for our Nepal project, to help out, go to:

Reload-able grocery cards:

For those of you with Safeway or King Soopers EWB-RMP grocery cards, keep spending! We need to get our totals to $5000 before February in order to collect our 5% rebate. Also, please note that if your card is spent down to a zero balance and not reloaded for 90 days, the card will be deactivated and can't be reloaded after that.

Who We Are
Rocky Mountain Professionals (RMP) is as Colorado-based chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) - USA. Our group of highly skilled engineers, economists, environmental policy specialists, and project managers are dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals living in impoverished countries through sustainable, equitable, and economical solutions.

To become a member of our chapter, go to: BECOME A MEMBER and click on the "Become an EWB-USA member" link, create a login and select ROCKY MOUNTAIN PROFESSIONALS CHAPTER as your chapter.

If you have questions, please email us at

Nepal Excavation Begins
Pushing Bus in Peru

Nepal Project

The Khosli Dhara Spring Source Protection Project has been started in Ilam, Nepal.

Engineers Without Borders - USA (EWB-USA) is a non-profit humanitarian organization established to partner with developing communities worldwide in order to improve their quality of life. This partnership involves the implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while involving and training internationally responsible engineers and engineering students.

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Last updated May 12, 2015 2:01 PM