New Research and Development Facility

IMEG provided engineering design for a confidential pharmaceutical company’s new research and development facility at Iowa State University Research Park. The 52,000-sf facility features an open concept designed for collaboration and interaction of up to 100 scientists conducting research in swine, cattle, equine, canine, and feline. The first floor is comprised of almost 30,000-sf of

Vision Research Center Build-out

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, technology and civil engineering services for a 55,188-sf remodel of shelled spaces in the former Avery Dennison Corp. headquarters for Doheny Eye Institute, a nonprofit organization affiliated with the UCLA Stein Eye Institute. The Doheny Eye Center occupies the ground level, second, and third floors of the 123,000-sf building, and

Laboratory Fit-out

With a goal of providing cutting-edge space for interdisciplinary research, the Life Sciences Laboratory II building on the University of Massachusetts, Amherst campus features both laboratory and laboratory support space that includes a growth chamber laboratory, a freezer farm laboratory, an FTMS laboratory, and a server room. Working in the 98,000-sf South Wing, IMEG  provided

Energy Sciences Building & Energy Module

IMEG served as Commissioning Authority from Preliminary Design through occupancy for a new Department of Energy (DoE) testing and research laboratory. IMEG provided peer reviews at the Preliminary and Final Design stages and managed monthly conference calls to interact with design MEP engineers responsible for the initial 160,000 SQFT building. IMEG drove significant changes to

Particle Accelerator Facility

IMEG is providing mechanical, electrical, and technology design and engineering services for a new 122,000-sf particle accelerator facility on the Fermilab campus in Batavia, IL. The project includes a linear accelerator, cryogenics building, and central plant and will be multi-phased with several bid packages. Equipment will need to be rated for electromagnetic radiation from the

Infrastructure Upgrade

Leading the project as the Prime Consultant, IMEG was contracted to support the Linac Coherent Light Source – II project (LCLS-II) at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. The LCLS-II project sought to expand the capabilities and capacities of the campus’ existing LCLS facility, which was originally developed with future expansion potential. LCLS-II will construct a 4

New Two-story Research Building

IMEG provided mechanical and technology services for the new meat science facility at the UW Madison Campus – a two-story teaching, research, and outreach facility to support the meat industry in Wisconsin, including modern meat processing and research techniques and technologies. The building houses BSL-2 laboratories for food safety research, an abattior, carcass chilling, a

New Science Building in STEM Village

In response to growing demand for space dedicated to the sciences, Valparaiso University wanted to create a “STEM Village” that would provide lab and research space for students and faculty. The New Center for the Sciences does just that, and is the first new science building completed in the village. IMEG provided structural, mechanical, electrical,

New Laser Lab Suite

IMEG provided design services for this renovation which consisted of converting approximately 1,000-sf of existing electronics laboratory space into the Laser Laboratory Suite for Cheng Chin’s research in the University of Chicago’s Gordon Center for Integrative Sciences (GCIS) Building. The scope included developing bridging documents to relocate the existing space users to an adjacent building.

New Research Lab

IMEG provided engineering services for the conversion of a pre-pi-lot processing research facility into the Integrated Bioprocessing Research Laboratory (IBRL) at the University of Illinois. The IBRL is a state-of-the art pilot-scale facility used by faculty and researchers to improve efficiencies, reduce water usage, and increase biofuel production in the corn ethanol industry. Researchers are