Courthouse Cooling Plant Optimization

In 2017 IMEG was commissioned to review, provide solutions, and implement solutions to optimize the chilled water plant operation during low load periods at the U.S. District Courthouse for the Northern District of Iowa in Cedar Rapids. The building was completed in 2012 and was designed with, and continues to operate using, metric units. The

New Land Port Of Entry

PURSUING LEED GOLD IMEG supported an award-winning design team led by Richter Architects, providing mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and security engineering design services for a new remote Land Port of Entry (LPOE) in the Chihuahuan Desert near Puerto Palomas, Mexico. This 1-million-sf+ expanded urban site replaced an outdated, deteriorating facility and built-out additional support buildings to

Arrillaga Science Center (ASC)

The Arrillaga Science Center (ASC) is a new lab/office building that will house modern laboratory space to accommodate simulation, theory and modeling, synthetic and charac- terization capabilities, and collaboration space for both internal and external scientists. The project funding is a split between a donor/developer, Stanford University, and the Department of Energy (DoE). The donor/

SBN Near Detector Building

IMEG provided engineering design and services for Fermilab’s new Short Baseline Neutrino Near Detector Building in Batavia, IL. The Detector building includes a liquid argon neutrino detector to support Fermilab’s neutrino research. Extensive coordination was provided to allow the detectors to be installed in the facility after the building was built. Engineers provided MEP, fire

SBN Far Detector Building

The Far Detector Building is home to one of three particle detectors used in Fermilab’s Short-Baseline Neutrino Program. The particle detector, and associated computer racks and equipment, are located on the building’s lowest level approximately 36 feet below grade. The facility’s main level has skylights, high ceilings, an indoor loading dock, and an overhead bridge

Infrastructure Improvements

IMEG provided engineering services for the infrastructure improvements at the Mid-Continent Ecology Division Laboratory in Duluth, Minn. The facility includes biology and chemistry labs, culture unit, controlled environment rooms, vivarium, and a radio-isotope lab. The vivarium and culture unit space consists of numerous labs dedicated to various types of fish and other aquatic animals found

Custom Border Control Facility

IMEG provided engineering design and services for a new U.S. Customs facility in a renovated airline terminal at the Springfield-Branson National Airport. The new $1.2 million facility meets federal security standards that the former location failed to reach. Engineers provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology design, as well as construction administration services for the project.

Facility Condition Assessment

IMEG was selected to provide the facility condition assessment services for the new VA hospital in Denver, Colorado. IMEG’s scope was to provide a condition assessment of the mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and structural components of the building. The VA is required to provide facility assessments every 4 years per the federal guidelines. This hospital was

Ambulatory Care Clinic

IMEG provided LEED commissioning services for the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC), a combined hospital and flagship medical institution for the Unites States Army, Air Force, and Navy. The design-build project consists of building a new 560,000-sf ambulatory care clinic, a 240,000-sf in-patient addition to the existing hospital, an eight-story, 944-space patient parking

New Readiness Center and Army Aviation Support Facility

IMEG provided engineering design and services for a new Army Aviation Support Facility and Readiness Center at the Greater Kankakee Airport. The $64.6 million facility consists of a 73,000-sf readiness center and 112,000-sf Army aviation support facility, supporting three units of the National Guard: the 935th, B016 and Medivac. Engineers provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire