Walkability Master Plan

Residents of St. Regis, MT, have limited pedestrian-friendly access routes when walking or bicycling through the community, with students walking to school on the shoulders of streets and highways and along pathways on private property. Identified as a key public safety concern, the need to construct better pedestrian facilities is a top priority for the

Replacement Facility

The existing Jackson County Regional Medical Center campus had been a centerpiece in the community for as long as the community could remember. Facing the reality of a deteriorating and outdated facility in need of replacement was a difficult reality to accept. As a longstanding client of IMEG’s, we were (in conjunction with an architectural

Campus Master Plan

IMEG provided MEP/FP and technology engineering services for a facilities assessment and master plan development for the campus of the University of Illinois – Springfield and various off-campus site facilities. The assessment includes 86 buildings totaling more than 1,200,000-sf on 746 acres. The master plan and assessment strategically positions the university to achieve their goals

Site Plan & Master Planning

IMEG has been assisting Bonner Property Development, LLC with the development of the Bonner Mill Site since they purchased the property in in 2011. The main goal and mission for this project has been to help the clients maximize their investment on this property by finding unique solutions to the various regulatory issues that have

Facility Condition Assessment

IMEG was selected to provide the facility condition assessment services for the new VA hospital in Denver, Colorado. IMEG’s scope was to provide a condition assessment of the mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and structural components of the building. The VA is required to provide facility assessments every 4 years per the federal guidelines. This hospital was

Campus-wide Facility Infrastructure Master Plan

IMEG provided campus-wide facility infrastructure master planning, design implementation, and construction administration services for modernization of the College of the Desert’s main campus facilities. Project scope included plans, specifications, construction oversight for the abandonment, and upgrading of the existing infrastructure and new central plant. Components of the central plant included:  New 7,500-ton with 4M-gallon thermal