Tapestry New Senior Facility

IMEG provided MEP engineering design services for a new 52,000-sf Tapestry Group Senior Living facility in Wickliffe, Ohio. Before becoming a state-of-the-art senior living facility, the building was a former hotel which had been vacant since 2014. The hotel was at the end of its usable life and was fully remodeled and expanded for use

Golf Community Subdivision & Planning

Canyon River is an 11-phase, 270 lot residential subdivision featuring an 18-hole championship golf course nestled on the Clark Fork River just outside of Missoula. IMEG has been working with Canyon River Properties, LLC since Phase 2 was completed in 2007 and is responsible for the management of their land-use decisions and entitlements as well

Healthcare and Housing Addition

IMEG’s San Francisco structural team provided structural design services for OnLok Lifeways. OnLok Lifeways is a four-story, 65,000 square foot day healthcare, medical clinic, and housing project for senior citizens. Included in this project were seismic rehabilitation and complete renovation of the steel frame and concrete structure. The total added area was 6,000 square feet

Expansion for Community Based Residential Facility

IMEG is providing engineering design and services for St. Camillus Health System’s major expansion to its senior living community. The existing campus currently has more than 500 residents in four buildings that include nearly 500 independent and assisted-living apartments, as well as a 67-bed short-term skilled nursing facility. The development’s first phase will include 72

New Senior/Memory Care Center

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, technology, and structural engineering design services, along with construction administration, for the new 175,000-sf senior living/memory care center at Clarendale of Schererville. The new residential living facility includes 177 units; 85 independent living units, 38 assisted living units, and 54 memory care units. The project also includes 29 enclosed parking stalls.

Veterans Home – Pursuing LEED Silver

IMEG provided engineering design as well as energy modeling, architectural lighting and construction administration services for the new 200-bed Illinois Veterans Home, which offers a resident-centered model of care dedicated to independent living and memory support. The facility is being built near Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital and public transportation. The five-story facility features single-occupancy

Adaptive Re-Use Historic Housing Renovation

IMEG provided engineering design services for the Heartland Alliance’s Town Hall Apartments, an adaptive re-use of the historic Town Hall police station, a Chicago Landmark, and the new construction of a six-story housing unit.   The 83,685-sf facility consists of 79 senior rental housing units, fitness room, computer lab, family dining room, laundry on each floor,

New Senior Apartments

IMEG provided engineering services for the new Oxford Place Senior Apartments, a project with the goal to provide “net positive” living for its tenants. This is the state of Indiana’s first “net positive” project and it was independently verified by a third party.  Energy savings start with each apartment containing low energy consumption, Energy Star

New Condominium Building with Onsite Amenities

IMEG provided engineering design for One Ski Hill, a condominium building with onsite amenities in Breckenridge, CO.  The garden level features the entrance, check-in, bowling alley, gift shop, media and game room, and administrative support areas. Level one has the common living room area, conference center, bar, and food court. Level two features two indoor

Independent Living Centers

IMEG provided engineering design and services for the Cardinal Ritter Institute’s Holy Angels Apartments, two independent living centers in Bridgeton, MO. The three-story buildings contain 63 apartments and shares common areas including community rooms, computer centers, lounges, activity rooms and a laundry area. The project was designed to meet the strict requirements and minimum standards