Parking Garage Vertical Expansion

When the main campus parking lot was replaced with student housing,  the University needed to add more parking spaces at other campus locations. The existing two-level, 270-space SAC parking garage was given a vertical expansion of two additional levels, increasing the campus parking supply by 223 parking spaces and transforming an existing plain parking structure

College Campus Garage

This five-level, 412,796 sf garage for Villanova University is an open, long-span, precast structure consisting of architectural wall panels, columns, double tees, light walls, flat slabs and inverted tee girders. The perimeter wall panels are a colored and sandblasted architectural precast with a field installed stone veneer. The garage foundation system is comprised of 40-foot-deep

LEED Platinum Certified Academic Science and Laboratory Building

Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center (RISC) is a five-story, 104,000-sf state-of-the-art academic science and laboratory building housing Lafayette’s biology, computer science and environmental science departments, as well as the Dyer Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The RISC features flexible spaces that can adapt to new technology, varying group sizes, and diverse research experiences, and bring together

Historic Building Renovation

The newly renovated 62,500-square-foot Pillsbury Hall is the second oldest – and most iconic – building at the University of Minnesota’s East Bank campus. IMEG provided mechanical engineering and design services for the renovation of the building, which was originally constructed in 1889 as a science hall. In June 2021, the building reopened as a

New Education and Research Building

IMEG provided P/FP design and CA with an early under-slab work package. Work included design of advanced grey water and water-reuse systems; a UV filtration system for stormwater re-use; a fire pump, domestic water booster pumps, and wet and dry sprinkler systems; two separate P/FP pressure zones; and all systems for the vivarium, including cage

Classroom Renovations

IMEG provided MEP/FP design and CA for renovations in two auditorium-style classrooms and the conversion of one classroom to a flexible, multi-functional space that acts as an extension to the main lobby. The primary upgrades are to the finishes, systems, and provisions for FFE. Existing lighting and lighting controls were replaced and integrated with the

Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Buildings Program

IMEG wrote non-renewable energy conservation measures in all campus buildings related to plumbing fixture and water heater replacement, water conservation improvements, cooling tower replacement, boiler replacement, air handling unit replacement, automatic temperature controls systems upgrades, and LED lighting replacement and retrofits.

Fire Alarm Systems Replacement

IMEG designed a new fire alarm and voice evacuation system involving an emergency generator, upgraded lighting, and a new fire pump base, which included a new fire command center room and BDA system for radio communications.  To meet current code requirements, controls were added to auto-release stair doors, duct smoke detectors were added to the

Perry Hall Renovation and Expansion

IMEG was engaged to perform electrical engineering design and construction for the $50M, 50,000-sf renovation and addition in the School of Engineering at UMass Lowell. The scope of work included replacing the existing electrical system, reusing the existing generator, designing a new distribution system for the primary transformer and secondary power, new lighting and controls,

Laboratory Renovation

IMEG prepared a complete building study and evaluation of existing MEP systems to determine suitability for reuse, and subsequently, completed final design of MEP/FP systems. The scope involved a complete building renovation with new central chilled water service from the campus distribution system and reuse of existing steam service. Project included a new sprinkler system,