New Center for the Arts

Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts is a world class center for the arts. This center consists of an 1,800-seat performance hall and a 1,600-seat concert hall surrounded by a grand lobby on the south and dressing rooms and other back-of-the-house areas on the north. Marrying the artistic vision with the mechanical requirements of the

New Cultural Development

The Smith Center for the Performing Arts serves as a key anchor for Symphony Park, a 61-acre cultural development located in Downtown Las Vegas.  Home to the Las Vegas Philharmonic and world-renowned traveling performances, the LEED Gold-certified Smith Center consist of two buildings housing a large concert hall and two smaller theaters. Advanced audio design

Performing Arts Renovation and Addition

IMEG provided structural and MEP engineering design and services, along with construction administration, for the transformation of Wheaton College’s Armerding Hall into the new Armerding Center for Music and Arts. The new home of the school’s Conservatory of Music provides state-of-the-art facilities for students and faculty who previously used multiple buildings that were inadequate for

New State-Of-The-Art Complex with Chiller

The Performing Arts Center supports one of the region’s leading fine arts programs. The project consisted included a music recital hall and theatre, a parking garage, a central chilled water plant, and extensive streets and grounds improvement. The new 43,700-sf state-of-the-art complex features a 400-seat proscenium theatre with fly tower and a 300-seat recital hall,

Master Plan with Library

This new $125 million campus encompasses 400,000-sf and consists of a Performing Arts/Fine Arts Building, Career Tech and Academic Buildings, a Wellness Center, a Library/Learning Resources Center and a Student Services Building. IMEG provided the MEP design systems services for all buildings. The project includes a 2400 ton central plant designed for an ultimate capacity

Kasson-Mantorville High School Additions

Kasson-Mantorville High School serves grades 9-12, which is currently approximately 600 students. This 66,000 square foot, two-story addition houses many new amenities, including an auditorium and performing area, basketball court, cafeteria, and an administration and forum room. IMEG worked with the architects to create an educational atmosphere that promotes creative learning, strong relationships, and life-long