Fleet Maintenance Facility

IMEG’s civil engineering expertise resulted in avoidance of $1 million in unnecessary expense in the construction of a state-of-the-art maintenance facility for Ryder System, Inc., a Fortune 500 commercial fleet management, dedicated transportation, and supply chain solutions company. The new facility sits on 10.43 acres of land and features a 21,600-square-foot building outfitted with enhanced

Bus Maintenance and Operations Facility

START Bus Maintenance and Operations Facility, Jackson, WY. A complex with approximately 98,000-sf. comprising of bus storage, bus maintenance, administration offices, bus wash, housing, CNG building and fuel canopy. The complex uses a variety of structural materials including steel framing with bar joist load bearing precast sandwich walls.

New Maintenance Depots

IMEG provided structural engineering services for two maintenance depots comprised of 15 buildings totaling 345,000-sf. The facilities equip Montgomery County personnel to service public schools and the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission (MNCPPC). The scope of work included structural engineering solutions for the Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) and MNCPPC’s Central Maintenance Depots

New Facility

A private client approached KG Architects for the development and construction of a new truck leasing, storage, and maintenance facility. Upon receiving the call, KG reached out to IMEG for civil engineering services due to our vast experience in the City of Phoenix. The task at hand was to develop improvement plans for a new16-acre

New Bus Operations Building

IMEG is providing commissioning services for Golden Empire Transit’s modern facility that accommodates a fleet of 130 transit buses, increasing operational efficiencies for 130 employees and 300 bus operators. The building is seeking LEED Platinum certification.  Various sustainable strategies were used to create a holistic and efficient system. Multi-tiered approaches to significant environmental demands allow

Maintenance Facility Expansion

IMEG provided professional design services for the Design-Build addition to the maintenance building and covered bus parking and access ways at the SunLine Transit Agency in Long Beach. The scope of work included an addition of approximately 2,200-sf to the existing maintenance building with upgrades to the various systems of the maintenance buildings, the construction of an eight-bay bus

New Automotive Service Center

IMEG provided design services for Fletcher Jones’ new, $50 million, 332,000-sf Elston Service Center in Chicago.  The new service center is a significant upgrade to previous facilities and is comprised of three stories with rooftop parking. The first floor houses service writers, public service drives, internal car wash, Mercedes Sprinter service area, and receiving areas. The second floor is