New State-of-the-Art Facility

IMEG provided commissioning services for the new Tech Port Center + Arena. The new facility includes: A 3,000-seat state-of-the-art technology arena that can be configured for different uses including esports, concerts, product launches, and large training programs Space that serves as the new home of the San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology Integrated classrooms

New State-of-the-Art Ice Arena and Ice Plant

LEED SILVER The Pegula Ice Arena, the new home of Penn State hockey, is owned and operated by The Pennsylvania State University. The new state-of-the-art venue was designed to be a fan-friendly, entertaining environment and provide the fastest, hardest ice in college hockey. Both men’s and women’s teams transitioned to Division I status to coincide

New Arena and Expo

This new 78,000 square foot facility is part of the Marshall Amateur Regional Sports Hub and is the centerpiece of the Schwan Regional Amateur Sports Center. The Arena & Expo consists of two sheets of ice and an expo center. The arena consists of state-of-the-art technology and video board, furnished locker rooms, showers, restrooms, open-faced

Covelli Multi-Sport Arena and Jennings Family Wrestling Practice Facility

IMEG provided engineering design services for the new LEED Silver Covelli Multi-Sport Arena at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. The Olympic sports arena houses volleyball, fencing, gymnastics, and wrestling and includes a practice facility with mats, coaches’ offices, and meeting spaces. The facility’s convertible seating design provides space for the wide variety of

New Multi-Purpose Event Center & Arena

IMEG provided engineering design and services for the new Wintrust Arena at McCormick Square, the country’s largest convention center. The new design-build facility is part of a redevelopment plan to transform the surrounding neighborhood into a vibrant entertainment district with new dining and entertainment venues, hotels, and streetscapes. The $150 million, 10,600-seat arena, located at

University Arena Renovation

IMEG provided engineering design services for the University of Cincinnati’s renovation of the Fifth Third Arena. Energy reductions and newer technologies included in the Department of Athletics project upgraded the nearly 30-year old venue to LEED Silver. Built in 1989, the multi-purpose center is used primarily for Division I basketball and has mostly collapsible seating