Developed across multiple sites in Leogane Haiti, the International University of Haiti creates learning and employment opportunities in a city damaged extensively by the 2010 earthquake.  Part of the development of the organization, in addition to a YMCA, a hotel, classrooms, and computer centers was a rammed earth CMU block factory.  With materials extremely difficulty to find and transport to sites in Haiti, the proposed projects for a Classroom Center with Cafeteria and a YMCA utilized the block extensively for the bulk of the structure.  A roof system of dimensional lumber structurally improved via a tension cable grid system helped create long, clear interior spans with minimal materials.  The corrugated roofs and recycled billboard sun/wind barriers increased lateral stability and aided in blocking hurricane force winds.  The sites themselves used concrete slab on grade with a gravel filled french drain system to take rainwater away and minimize flooding.