Renovation and Restoration

IMEG’s civil team provided several important services for the 2019 renovation of the Gardiner W. Spring Auditorium, a project that addressed the modernization of the historic building once known for being state of the art. Primary challenges of the project included upgrading the existing utilities and bringing the building up to code with ADA Accessibility.

On-Call Engineering & Surveying Services

For the past 17 years, IMEG has been selected as one of the primary contract engineers for the City of Missoula water distribution projects. Under this contract, the firm has provided the full spectrum of civil engineering services including surveying, engineering design, permitting, construction, and project certification for multiple water main extension and replacement projects.

Water System Improvements

This project included construction of a new reverse osmosis water treatment plant supplied by two 1000-foot deep water wells. The new plant took the place of the city’s two old water plants, one of which was surface water and one treated shallow well water. Approximately five miles of cast iron water main was replaced with

Water and Sewer Replacement

This project consisted of a complete reconstruction of 24 city blocks in the city of Flandreau, which operates the seventh largest municipal utility in South Dakota. The project scope included new sanitary sewer main, sanitary sewer services, watermain, water services, storm sewer, curb/gutter, and asphalt roadway. PHASE 1 The first phase consisted of the replacement

Campus Redevelopment with Intelligent Building Strategies

LEED PLATINUM, WELL BUILDING, NET ZERO ENERGY and “ONE WATER” The 36-acre Denver Water Operations Complex Redevelopment is as true model for intelligent building and one of the most multi-facetted sustainable projects in the nation. Its many challenging goals – including energy and water efficiency, water reuse, and zero on-site carbon emissions – required intricate

Water and Sanitary Sewer

The City of Bowdle was dealing with the cost of continuous repairs to their aging water distribution system and sanitary sewer collection system. The short-term repairs were becoming more frequent and a large portion of the system needed to be replaced. IMEG was selected to provide the civil engineering design, surveying, and construction observation to

Plant Improvements

The wastewater stream from the local industry was high n hexavalent chromium. A new batch treatment system is required to provide more efficient removal to better meet downstream collection regulations. The new plant consists of a batch treatment process using parallel processes, one of electrocoagulation and the other of chemical coagulation Solids from the treatment

Public Water Supply Well Feasibility

IMEG teamed up with NewFields to complete a feasibility analysis for the development of a new public water supply well & appurtenances to serve a new facility & bolster the existing water system at the Montana State Prison. The project entailed well field analysis, water rights assessment, hydrogeological study of the aquifer, well location recommendations,

Stormwater Management Strategy

Working with Dover, Kohl & Partners, IMEG helped create a Downtown Master Plan for the City of Missoula that will impact the city’s historic downtown and adjoining neighborhoods. IMEG was responsible for the infrastructure components of the plan. The team completed a preliminary infrastructure analysis to identify critical questions, obstacles, and needs related to the

New Retention Wastewater Treatment Facility

The City was discharging its treated wastewater to an unnamed stream about three-fourths of a mile south of its treatment plant. The stream is approximately two miles, flowing through two sloughs, before it reaches Antelope Lake, which had been designated as a warm water semi-permanent fishery. Because of this designation, The City of Clark was