New Research and Development Facility

IMEG provided engineering design for a confidential pharmaceutical company’s new research and development facility at Iowa State University Research Park. The 52,000-sf facility features an open concept designed for collaboration and interaction of up to 100 scientists conducting research in swine, cattle, equine, canine, and feline. The first floor is comprised of almost 30,000-sf of

Vision Research Center Build-out

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, technology and civil engineering services for a 55,188-sf remodel of shelled spaces in the former Avery Dennison Corp. headquarters for Doheny Eye Institute, a nonprofit organization affiliated with the UCLA Stein Eye Institute. The Doheny Eye Center occupies the ground level, second, and third floors of the 123,000-sf building, and

New State-of-the-Art Facility

IMEG provided commissioning services for the new Tech Port Center + Arena. The new facility includes: A 3,000-seat state-of-the-art technology arena that can be configured for different uses including esports, concerts, product launches, and large training programs Space that serves as the new home of the San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology Integrated classrooms

New Two-story Research Building

IMEG provided mechanical and technology services for the new meat science facility at the UW Madison Campus – a two-story teaching, research, and outreach facility to support the meat industry in Wisconsin, including modern meat processing and research techniques and technologies. The building houses BSL-2 laboratories for food safety research, an abattior, carcass chilling, a

New Science Building in STEM Village

In response to growing demand for space dedicated to the sciences, Valparaiso University wanted to create a “STEM Village” that would provide lab and research space for students and faculty. The New Center for the Sciences does just that, and is the first new science building completed in the village. IMEG provided structural, mechanical, electrical,

New Research Lab

IMEG provided engineering services for the conversion of a pre-pi-lot processing research facility into the Integrated Bioprocessing Research Laboratory (IBRL) at the University of Illinois. The IBRL is a state-of-the art pilot-scale facility used by faculty and researchers to improve efficiencies, reduce water usage, and increase biofuel production in the corn ethanol industry. Researchers are

New Research Laboratory with Intelligent Building Strategies

The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, the world’s largest independent nonprofit research institute focused on plant science, utilizes several intelligent building technologies in its flexible, new, state-of-the-art William H. Danforth Wing. The 136,000-sf addition provides an optimum environment for the plants and the research and is designed to adapt to future changes in the way

New Two-Story Office Building

MEG provided mechanical, electrical, fire protection, and architectural lighting engineering design and services, along with construction administration, for the 40,000-sf new two-story office building for Bell Labs in Deforest, WI. The headquarters includes the addition of small lab areas with fume hoods, six animal testing rooms which required special environmental conditions, a small cage wash

New Methodist Hospital Research Institute

The Methodist Hospital Research Institute provides 300,000-sf to meet the hospital’s need for advanced medical research space. Located on a tightly developed site in the urban Texas Medical Center, the 12-story building has six floors of laboratory and support space for the study of infectious diseases. The new building is seamlessly integrated into The Methodist

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility (NBAF)

The National Bio and Agro Defense Facility (NBAF) represents the pinnacle of research for protecting the United States’ food and animal agriculture supply. It is a facility under the joint direction of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Department of Agriculture with a primary mission of studying foreign animal, emerging, and zoonotic diseases that threaten