Blackstone Gateway Visitor Center

The Worcester Blackstone Gateway Visitor Center, a full-service, multi-use community facility that features a welcoming area, historic and cultural exhibits, a theater, restroom facilities, a passive recreation lawn, and office, classroom and meeting space, is as an active tribute to the multi-faceted culture of the Blackstone River Valley. IMEG designed all new MEP/FP and lighting

New Canal Dock Boathouse

With the demolition of the historic Yale Adee Boathouse across New Haven Harbor from Canal Dock for I-95 improvements, the new Canal Dock boathouse integrates modern design elements and functionality within the historic context of its setting. IMEG has been involved with this project since its commencement, providing MEP/FP design to demolition and rebuilding activities

New Museum Campus

IMEG is providing structural engineering services for the Armenian American Museum. The museum is a cultural campus that enriches the community, educates the public on the Armenian American story, and empowers individuals to embrace cultural diversity and speak out against prejudice. The project houses auditoriums, exhibits areas, a kitchen, and offices. The building structure incorporates

New Exhibit Space, Theater, and Restaurant

IMEG provided structural engineering and design services for the Nancy and Rich Kinder Building at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. The new 237,000-sf, three-story building features 102,366-sf of exhibition space for modern and contemporary art, a 215-seat theater, restaurant and café, underground parking, and pedestrian tunnels connecting it to the museum’s existing gallery

New Public Library & Cultural Arts Center

IMEG provided mechanical and plumbing engineering design services for this new, two-story, 45,000-sf library and 13,500-sf arts center. Library features include expanded collections areas; dedicated spaces for story time, teens and tweens; a secure outdoor children’s area; small group study rooms; a community room and flexible classroom space; Friends of the Library book store; and

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 Searle Visitor Center

IMEG provided commissioning and energy modeling services, along with mechanical, electrical, and fire protection engineering design, for the new Lincoln Park Zoo visitor center in Chicago. The new two-building facility, connected by an aluminum canopy, houses restrooms, member services and lounge, informational kiosk, stroller rentals, and back-of-house offices. An energy analysis of the Lincoln Park

New Botanical Gardens Visitor Center

Pursuing LEED Gold IMEG is providing mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and technology engineering for the new Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center at the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis. The $92 million facility will feature rare plants from around the world, an event space that can hold up to 450 people, a gift shop,

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

Theater Expansion

IMEG provided IECC 2018 commissioning services for the mechanical, plumbing, and lighting control systems for the new Alameda Theater expansion. The expansion serves as the new Texas Public Radio headquarters and includes a black box theater and office spaces. The mechanical system consisted of a chilled water loop served by an air cooled chiller and