New City Hall

Designed to be an example of innovation, energy conservation, and sustainability for its community, the City of Johnston’s new 24,000-square-foot city hall is the centerpiece of an overall town center redevelopment project that brings new civic, retail, hospitality, office, and entertainment opportunities to the area. The city hall is a showcase of civic engagement and

New Education and Research Building

IMEG provided P/FP design and CA with an early under-slab work package. Work included design of advanced grey water and water-reuse systems; a UV filtration system for stormwater re-use; a fire pump, domestic water booster pumps, and wet and dry sprinkler systems; two separate P/FP pressure zones; and all systems for the vivarium, including cage

Perry Hall Renovation and Expansion

IMEG was engaged to perform electrical engineering design and construction for the $50M, 50,000-sf renovation and addition in the School of Engineering at UMass Lowell. The scope of work included replacing the existing electrical system, reusing the existing generator, designing a new distribution system for the primary transformer and secondary power, new lighting and controls,

Laboratory Renovation

IMEG prepared a complete building study and evaluation of existing MEP systems to determine suitability for reuse, and subsequently, completed final design of MEP/FP systems. The scope involved a complete building renovation with new central chilled water service from the campus distribution system and reuse of existing steam service. Project included a new sprinkler system,

New Luxury Condominium Development

IMEG provided structural engineering and design services for Crescent Nob Hill, a LEED Gold 7-story new multi-family residential building over 2 levels of basement for residential parking, storage and mechanical located at the top of Nob Hill at the intersection of Powell and California Streets, a tight urban site in San Francisco. Designed to blend

New Student Housing Facility

IMEG provided plumbing design of Haggin Hall Student Housing at the University of Kentucky as part of a design-build team. Project design included sanitary, storm, and domestic water design. The facility was constructed due to the need for additional student housing at the University as well as revitalizing the core of campus. The 5-story, 154,000-sf

New College of Business Building

Due to exceptional growth in enrollment and the condition of their aging facilities, the University of Cincinnati’s Lindner College of Business required a new building on UC’s Uptown west campus. IMEG provided MEP engineering design for this new 225,000-sf facility which was completed in 2019. The design team produced a unique and provocative design that

New Academic Building

The University of Cincinnati (UC) is actively working on the design and construction of a new 180,000-sf academic building for several departments in the College of Arts and Sciences. IMEG is providing Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) design engineer services for this new building and KZF is providing the Architectural and Civil design. The purpose

LEED Gold State-of-the-Art Facility

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and energy modeling engineering design and services, along with construction administration, for the new, LEED Gold certified Siebel Center for Design at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The two-story building is a campus-wide hub for student-focused design thinking and learning connecting the north and south areas of

New Botanical Gardens Visitor Center

Pursuing LEED Gold IMEG is providing mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and technology engineering for the new Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center at the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis. The $92 million facility will feature rare plants from around the world, an event space that can hold up to 450 people, a gift shop,