Historic Building Renovation

IMEG provided structural engineering and design services for the renovation, seismic rehabilitation, and adaptive reuse of the 45,000-sf historic Chapman Court building at Koreatown in Los Angeles. Chapman Court, originally constructed in 1928, is a unique example of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture with intricate Churrigueresque detailing, by a prominent Los Angeles architectural firm during the

Mall Common Area and Restaurant Renovation

IMEG provided MEP engineering services for the renovation of Chesterfield Towne Center Mall. The project included three separate renovation projects within the mall. The common mall area renovation (150,000-sf) included replacement of lighting in all common areas and food court. This included upgrades to the seating areas in the mall and food court with power

New Mixed-Use High Rise Tower

TWO GREEN GLOBES CERTIFIED IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and acoustical engineering design and services for a new, 26-story, high-rise tower in Hyde Park. The mixed-use tower includes 246 apartments, a parking structure accommodating 173 cars, and approximately 10,000-sf of ground-level retail space. Engineers prepared a design narrative report and drawings (including floor plans, riser

New Mixed-Use Development

PURSUING LEED GOLD CERTIFICATION IMEG provided structural engineering design for On Vine, a new, $450 million mixed-used project in Hollywood developed by Kilroy Realty Corp. and designed in collaboration with Shimoda Design Group, House & Robertson Architects, and GBD Architects. Formerly called Academy Square on Vine, the project at 1341 North Vine Street has a

New Retail District

The Twenty Ninth Street, Boulder’s new retail district, is the new shopping center that replaces the old Crossroads Mall. Designed by SEM Architects and Communication Arts, this much anticipated shopping destination gets its name from the fact that Twenty Ninth Street goes directly down the center of the project with one and two story retail

New Mixed-Use Structure and Transit Hub

Revitalizing Downtown – Grand River Station is a joint mixed-use and transit hub developed in partnership by the City of La Crosse and private developers to increase activity and economic development in the historic downtown area. Meeting Design Challenges – The six-story structure houses an eight-bus transfer station, passenger terminal, 15,000 square feet of retail

New Mixed-Use Facility

IMEG provided structural engineering design for The Spectrum, a 570,000-sf mixed-use facility located in the heart of downtown Falls Church, VA. Two seven-story towers comprised of residential, retail, and parking are connected in an “L” shaped footprint. The towers are comprised of 189 luxury residential units and 32,000-sf of street-level retail space, including a restaurant.

New Mixed-Use Facility

IMEG provided structural engineering design and services for The Dalton, a new 14-story, 266,000-sf residential/mixed-use building located in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. The apartment building is one of the tallest structures around the Braddock Road Metro Station area. The 270-unit apartment building includes 1,500-sf of ground floor retail and sits above two levels, 82,500-sf of

Historic Hospital Conversion to Mixed-Use Facility

IMEG provided structural engineering design for the conversion of the historic Columbia Hospital for Women into a residential/mixed-use facility in Washington, D.C. The former hospital was transformed into a 394,000-sf residential/mixed-use facility called The Columbia Residences. The six-story hospital was built in 1915 in the neoclassical Italian Renaissance Style including two Y-shaped wings, a red

New 1 Million-sf Mixed-Use Complex

IMEG provided structural engineering design for the Market Square, a 1.3 million-sf mixed-use complex that curves around the U.S. Navy Memorial on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. The award-winning project includes two buildings comprised of office, residential, retail, and parking. A total of 26 massive five-story, solid limestone columns (each six feet in diameter and