Who Are We?
Miyamoto Relief applies engineering expertise to sustain life in at-risk communities around the world. Our focus is on seismically upgrading schools to safeguard the lives of those most vulnerable. Miyamoto Relief also works to preserve cultural heritage and historic structures. The entire history of a culture can be lost in a few seconds of an earthquake.
2019 Award Winner
ENR Global Project Of The Year
The Restoration and Seismic Strengthening of an Earthquake Earthquake-Damaged UNESCO World Heritage Site: Gaddi Baithak
In 2016, with funding from the U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation and assistance from Nepal's Department of Archaeology, Miyamoto Relief began the repair and strengthening of this heritage building in Kathmandu, Nepal.Read More
Supporting FONTEN: Ensuring Essential Services for People with Disabilities
Rebuilding a Resilient Afghanistan
In the Gayan district, a single multi-family compound houses an average of three to five families. After the 5.9 earthquake struck the area in June of 2022, it destroyed an estimated 13,000 houses and displaced hundreds of thousands of families.Read More