New NBA Facility and Mixed-Use Community Hub

The new $90 million, 185,000-sf Henry Ford Detroit Pistons Performance Center is the first of its kind – a mixed-use community hub and NBA facility that offers publicly accessible food and beverage and fitness retail areas alongside basketball training areas, corporate headquarters, and comprehensive sports medicine, treatment, and rehabilitation services. The project is a partnership

New Football Performance Center

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection engineering design and services, along with energy modeling, for a new, LEED Silver Football Performance Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The state-of-the-art facility will help recruit, train, and care for today’s and future student athletes at the university. The building is connected to the existing

New NFL Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium, located in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, opened in August 2008 to replace the RCA Dome as the official home of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts. This stadium was constructed to allow the removal of the Dome and the expansion of the Indiana Convention Center on site. The Stadium has hosted the 2010 Men’s Division

New Fitness Complex with Ice Rink and Natatorium

IMEG is providing engineering design services for the new Bakke Recreation & Wellbeing Complex at the UW Madison campus. The project includes demolition of the existing gymnasium/natatorium facility to create the needed space for the new center. The facility will include an adaptive fitness laboratory for the kinesiology program, basketball courts, ice rink with spectator

New Ski Lodge Building Expansion

IMEG provided structural engineering and design services for the 23,500-sf Sahale Lodge, a new building addition at Mt. Hood Meadows. The Sahale Lodge connects to the existing South Lodge by a second-floor skywalk or pedestrian bridge. The extreme high-altitude environment presented the greatest challenge for the design team with up to 20 feet of snow

UW Health Sports Factory

IMEG’s civil team was instrumental in repurposing an abandoned industrial building along the Rock River in Rockford into the UW Health Sports Factory, a highly complex project that was a component of the multi-stakeholder “Reclaiming First Initiative” promoting sports tourism in the Greater Rockford Area. As part of the design team, IMEG participated in regularly

New State-of-the-Art Ice Arena and Ice Plant

LEED SILVER The Pegula Ice Arena, the new home of Penn State hockey, is owned and operated by The Pennsylvania State University. The new state-of-the-art venue was designed to be a fan-friendly, entertaining environment and provide the fastest, hardest ice in college hockey. Both men’s and women’s teams transitioned to Division I status to coincide

Auditorium Renovation and Expansion

The $45 million renovation and expansion of the War Memorial Auditorium includes two (2) ice rinks, a Panther’s practice facility, indoor facilities for community youth sports and a 3,000-seat concert venue. The project is located on the western end of 93-acre Holiday Park in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The existing War Memorial Auditorium received 32,000-sf of

New Arena and Expo

This new 78,000 square foot facility is part of the Marshall Amateur Regional Sports Hub and is the centerpiece of the Schwan Regional Amateur Sports Center. The Arena & Expo consists of two sheets of ice and an expo center. The arena consists of state-of-the-art technology and video board, furnished locker rooms, showers, restrooms, open-faced

New 3-Story YMCA

IMEG provided structural, civil, surveying, and geotechnical engineering design and services for the new 73,000-sf three-story YMCA in Davenport, Iowa. The new facility includes community rooms, clinical spaces, and lap, therapy and play pools. The upper levels of the new YMCA have a competition gymnasium, racquetball courts, fitness spaces, suspended running track and outdoor terrace.