Augusta Maine’s VAME Togus is transitioning aging veterans in their care to new “Small House” Community Living Centers (CLC). IMEG performed mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection design and construction administration services for the first phase, which includes the construction of two new 8,500 SF prototype houses. The residents are veterans in need of institutional
IMEG provided MEP, fire protection, and technology engineering design services for the new Maine Veterans’ Home in Augusta, ME. The new, 200,000-square-foot facility replaced an outdated nursing home. The 138-bed facility provides a community within its four buildings, three of which will house 10, 12, and 15-bed units designed from a “small home” model. Each
IMEG provided MEP engineering services for the modernization of this 260,000-sf senior living facility. Among Northern Nevada’s premier senior living communities, Five Star Residences offers both independent and assisted living styles with one- and two-bedroom configurations available. Community amenities include a formal dining room, a casual bistro, fitness center, physical therapy, in-house salon, library and
Rose Senior living at Avon is an assisted living community with 175 units and multiple features. These features include two dining rooms, activity and meeting rooms, wellness/fitness center, general store, spa, guest suites and a barber/beauty shop. This facility is nestled amongst the woods to help create a country-club like atmosphere, and close enough to
IMEG is providing engineering design and services for St. Camillus Health System’s major expansion to its senior living community. The existing campus currently has more than 500 residents in four buildings that include nearly 500 independent and assisted-living apartments, as well as a 67-bed short-term skilled nursing facility. The development’s first phase will include 72
IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, technology, and structural engineering design services, along with construction administration, for the new 175,000-sf senior living/memory care center at Clarendale of Schererville. The new residential living facility includes 177 units; 85 independent living units, 38 assisted living units, and 54 memory care units. The project also includes 29 enclosed parking stalls.
IMEG provided engineering services for the new Oxford Place Senior Apartments, a project with the goal to provide “net positive” living for its tenants. This is the state of Indiana’s first “net positive” project and it was independently verified by a third party. Energy savings start with each apartment containing low energy consumption, Energy Star
IMEG provided engineering design and services for the Cardinal Ritter Institute’s Holy Angels Apartments, two independent living centers in Bridgeton, MO. The three-story buildings contain 63 apartments and shares common areas including community rooms, computer centers, lounges, activity rooms and a laundry area. The project was designed to meet the strict requirements and minimum standards