New Botanical Gardens Visitor Center

LEED Gold Project: A new 91,700-square-foot facility with an event center, gift shop, meeting spaces, restaurant with garden views, auditorium, and conservatory, as well as the 2,100-square-foot renovation of the historic Linnean House—the oldest continuously operated public greenhouse west of the Mississippi. Goal: Expand the facility’s ability to handle a higher visitor flow and host

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

New National Mounted Warrior Museum

The 50,700-square-foot, new National Mounted Warrior Museum will preserve and honor the history of those who have served at Fort Hood and provide an interactive educational experience for visitors. The museum will house large exhibits, galleries, classrooms, a store, playground, and simulations for visitors to experience operating military equipment, such as tanks and helicopters. IMEG

Museum Relocation

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, and lighting design services for the relocation of the Kirkland Museum from its downtown location to the Golden Triangle District (museum district) in Denver, CO. The new 38,000-sf building provides four times the space that the current museum holds allowing for additional space to provide benefits to its visitors. The design

New Event and Conference Center

IMEG provided structural design for the Wingspan Event and Conference Center at the Washington County Fair Complex in Hillsboro, OR. The new, 90,000-sf, award-winning facility will serve as the centerpiece for a revitalization of the Fair Complex meant to provide year-round opportunities for large community events as well as national and regional conferences. The $46-million

New Cultural Center

IMEG provided structural design for the Hoċokata Ti Cultural Center, a new multi-purpose building of complex shape and form that serves the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community in Scott County, MN. The building serves as a gathering space, a public museum, and a cultural activity site. Hoċokata Ti – pronounced “ho-cho-kah-tah tee,” the Dakota term for

New Music Barn and Visitor Center

IMEG provided MEP engineering and design services for the new Olivier Music Barn and Visitor Center at the Tippet Rise Art Center, an 11,500-acre working ranch that connects music, art, and nature. Tippet Rise features several intimate musical performance venues with varying shapes, sizes and acoustics. This LEED Gold certified performing arts and educational center

New Art Gallery

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, fire protection, and technology engineering services for the design and construction phases build out of 8,200-sf of space within Uptown Station in Normal, Illinois, to be used for Illinois State University’s “University Galleries.” Key systems for any gallery space are proper temperature and humidity control, lighting, and flexible space for reconfiguration.

New Cultural Arts Facility

IMEG provided electrical engineering design, commissioning and peer review services for mechanical for the redevelopment of the historic Municipal Auditorium into a world-class cultural arts venue. Designed to achieve LEED Silver certification, the historic character of the building is being carefully preserved. The Tobin Center is designed with a unique “flat floor” capability: the 1,759-seat