IMEG provided structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering design services for the 60,000-sf conversion of an office/warehouse facility into Beacon Fisheries’ new seafood processing plant and office headquarters. The facility includes a retail market with a commercial-type kitchen, test kitchen/training room, and new restrooms and break area in the processing plant. The building
IMEG provided LEED Fundamental Commissioning services for the CDOT Region 1 Headquarters which was awarded LEED Gold certification. Commissioning services were provided for both the 175,000-sf office building and the 130,000-sf parking garage. The main commissioning activities included an onsite kickoff meeting, construction site observations, controls submittal review, pre-testing checklists, TAB review, and functional testing.
IMEG provided structural, mechanical, electrical, and acoustical engineering design services, along with construction administration, for the office building shell and parking structure, as well as subsequent tenant improvements. The four-story building serves as the regional operation headquarters and includes open workstations, offices, conference rooms, fitness and dance studios with adjacent locker/dressing rooms, first floor employee
IMEG provided structural engineering design and construction administration services for Poettker Construction’s new, state-of-the-art corporate headquarters. Housing both a 40,700- sf office and a 12,000-sf warehouse, the project consolidates five separate facilities into a single, cohesive building that is 30 percent larger than the existing facilities combined. The structural design features of the office building
This four-story, 153,000-sf Class A office building serves as the headquarters for Credit One Bank. The new facility provides additional space for technical and analytical markets to support its growing business. The building’s design embraces the company’s brand with the use of open, collaborative spaces that promote employee connections and foster team communication. A high
IMEG’s San Francisco structural team provided engineering design and services for the Franklin Templeton Headquarters, a nine-building project that included trash enclosures, loading docks, landscape features and mechanical equipment space. The nine buildings include a one-story warehouse with loading docks; two three-story, 120,000-sf office buildings over a subterranean garage; two four-story, 120,000-sf office buildings over a subterranean garage; and
IMEG’s San Francisco structural team provided engineering design and services for Oracle Headquarters’ high-profile campus, which is comprised of six office buildings varying in height from eight to 16 stories. In addition, there are four structured parking lots totaling over 1,000,000-sf, a fitness center, and a conference center. Structural steel construction was used for the