New Headquarters

IMEG provided LEED Fundamental Commissioning services for the CDOT Region 1 Headquarters which was awarded LEED Gold certification. Commissioning services were provided for both the 175,000-sf office building and the 130,000-sf parking garage. The main commissioning activities included an onsite kickoff meeting, construction site observations, controls submittal review, pre-testing checklists, TAB review, and functional testing.

Replacement Elementary School

Creekside Elementary is a 49,000-sf elementary school located in Boulder, CO, for grades PK-5. The building was originally constructed in 1955 with numerous additions and renovations. In 2014, the school district decided that replacing the school would be the best approach to incorporate 21st century learning, current educational facility safety requirements, occupant comfort, and provide

New Campus Retreat for Educational Leaders

Retreat at Lone Rock

IMEG provided structural engineering services for the Pahara Institute’s Retreat at Lone Rock in Bailey, CO. The retreat, a non-profit campus for teachers to learn new techniques, features a seven-acre village nestled into the hillside of a mountainous area. Amenities include three dining experiences, a lodge/seminar building, yoga and fitness rooms, 15 cabin buildings, 60

New Sports Medicine and Performance Center

Located in the heart of the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs (UCCS) campus, the new William J. Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center is a state-of-the-art facility that will host a range of specialties from exercise science and physical therapy to physiology and conditioning, promoting synergies between sports-medicine-based clinical treatments and academics. All spaces

New 13-Story High-Rise Residential Building

The new 13-story high-rise residential building is in the Governor’s Park area of Denver. The building includes 304 residential units, and common living and fitness areas. There are two levels of below grade parking, two levels of above grade parking and 11 levels of residential units. IMEG’s scope consisted of HVAC, electrical, plumbing, fire protection,

Campus Redevelopment with Intelligent Building Strategies

LEED PLATINUM, WELL BUILDING, NET ZERO ENERGY and “ONE WATER” The 36-acre Denver Water Operations Complex Redevelopment is as true model for intelligent building and one of the most multi-facetted sustainable projects in the nation. Its many challenging goals – including energy and water efficiency, water reuse, and zero on-site carbon emissions – required intricate

Compositive Primary School

IMEG completed both MEP commissioning and MEP design services for the Compositive Primary School in Aurora, CO. The school is a workplace based primary school for pre-kindergarten through 5th grade and is located on the Fitzsimons Innovation Campus. The new school is 21,000 SF. The building includes classrooms, resource rooms, admin spaces, restrooms, break areas,

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

Transport Colorado Tank & Pump Station

IMEG was retained by Transport Colorado to work closely with CVL consultants to design a 1.5 MG Tank and Booster Pump Station for the initial phases of an industrial development that is anticipated to be annexed into the City of Aurora and eventually be integrated into the City’s Distribution System. IMEG was retained to develop

Pumping and Piping Improvements

IMEG designed pumping and piping improvements to connect the Red Rocks Amphitheater potable water system to the Town of Morrison. The project included pump station improvements constructed through a Construction Manager At-Risk (CMAR) contract with Canterbury Construction Management Services, and transmission main improvements. Yancy Schneider was also involved in the project as the electrical designer/manager.