New Civil and Criminal Courthouse

IMEG provided structural engineering design services for the 800,000-sf, seven-story, new civil and criminal courthouse. The Clerk of the Court’s offices occupy the first floor and part of the second floor; the remainder of the second floor contains the jury selection room, cafeteria, and family courtrooms. The juvenile, family, civil, and criminal courtrooms occupy the

Courthouse Cooling Plant Optimization

In 2017 IMEG was commissioned to review, provide solutions, and implement solutions to optimize the chilled water plant operation during low load periods at the U.S. District Courthouse for the Northern District of Iowa in Cedar Rapids. The building was completed in 2012 and was designed with, and continues to operate using, metric units. The

New Oregon Courthouse

IMEG’s Portland structural team provided engineering design and services for the three-story, 42,000-sf building in Gresham, OR, which serves as the new courthouse facility for East Multnomah County. The LEED Gold certified building houses three courtrooms and offices for support staff. It also meets the Architecture 2030 Challenge to be 60% more efficient than current

New County Courthouse

This three-story, 42,000 square foot building in Gresham, Oregon proudly serves as the new courthouse facility for East Multnomah County. It houses three courtrooms and offices for support staff. It is LEED Gold certified and meets the Architecture 2030 Challenge to be 60% more efficient than current building codes by utilizing a rooftop photovoltaic solar

New LEED Gold Federal Courthouse

The $115 million new federal courthouse in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, follows the GSA’s Design Excellence Program for top-quality design and sustainability.  The 280,000-sf facility was designed to comply with the GSA’s anti-terrorism design standards and requirement to use no more than 55 kBtu/sf/yr.  The facility achieved LEED Gold certification.  The facility houses five courtrooms, judges’ chambers,