College Addition and Renovation

IMEG is providing LEED v.4 Fundamental Commissioning services and is coordinating with Enhanced Cx provider for the Gustavus Adolphus College (GAC) Lund Center multilevel wellness and athletic facility expansion and renovation. The project will increase the size and scope of the wellness and athletic facilities providing a best-in-class experience for students, faculty, athletes, visitors, and

New Student Recreation Center

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, and technology engineering design and services for the new Nicholas Recreation Center, a $96.5 million, 250,000-sf facility at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The center provides both recreational and competitive athletic spaces for students and the community. The project is a main component of the university’s Rec Sports Master Plan,

Athletic Facility Updates

The Concordia Club is an established athletic facility in San Francisco that was damaged during the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake. IMEG’s San Francisco structural team (formerly Nishkian Menninger) provided structural design services for the building and was retrofitted to comply with the current seismic codes of San Francisco. The natatorium and the remainder of the

New Indoor Practice Facility

IMEG provided mechanical and electrical design services for the new 87,400-sf indoor practice facility at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. The facility provides a state-of-the-art building for use by the University of Wyoming football and soccer teams. Mechanical systems include the use of ten separate outside air units to provide code-required ventilation to the

Athletic Center Facility Expansion

IMEG provided engineering design and services for the University of Wyoming’s plans to triple the size of its current athletic center facility, known as the Rochelle Athletic Center, into a state-of-the-art training facility – the High Altitude Performance Center.  This facility expanded the existing 48,000-sf Rochelle Athletics Center into a 126,000-sf collegiate athletics complex. The new facility

New Two-Story High School

IMEG provided mechanical, plumbing, fire protection, electrical, and lighting design services for the new two-story, 300,000-sf Laramie High School in Wyoming. As the largest high school in the state, this facility is equipped with the latest technology; a state-of-the-art theatre; a heated, Olympic-sized indoor swimming pool; main and auxiliary gyms; auditorium; and production labs. This

New Outdoor Athletic Complex

IMEG provided survey and civil design services for a new athletic complex to be shared by Assumption High School and St. Ambrose University. Phase I of the project features two synthetic turf, all-purpose practice fields; a natural grass softball complex including spectator seating and press box; concessions building; spectator seating for the practice fields; and