Historic Fieldhouse Renovation

IMEG provided LEED Fundamental and Enhanced Commissioning for the historic Fieldhouse renovation. The two-phase renovation expanded the building through demolition of the existing pool deck, building three new 5,800-sf floors within the existing pool house, with new restrooms and concessions throughout the building and new seating in the bowl. The mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire

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 Systems Design

IMEG was selected as the engineering consultant for a remodel and replacement of the mechanical and electrical systems for the 126,000-sf North Quad Building. A requirement for Ball State and a key challenge for IMEG, was designing the new systems so that two-thirds of the existing building could remain open for classes throughout the construction

Operating Room Renovation

IMEG provided engineering design services for a 1,500-sf existing Operation Room (OR) remodel which included a new imaging system, control room, surgical area, and system equipment room. Power distribution upgrades included a UPS system for uninterruptable power for the sensitive imaging equipment. The cooling upgrades provided additional capacity for the large amount of medical equipment

Facility Renovation & Addition

Goshen Health Systems had a goal to be the first to market with the latest and most refined types of cancer care available. Therefore, this project had an extremely challenging design and construction schedule. The project duration from initial design kick-off meetings to the first day of seeing patients was 10 months. IMEG, specifically requested

New Natatorium

Carmel High School’s well-recognized swim team attends the U.S. Olympic qualifications each year. Despite the school’s exemplary swimming program, however, its existing natatorium has very poor speech intelligibility, high background noise, long reverberation, and the loudspeaker design was inadequate. Due to the lack of acoustic treatment and high mechanical noise, it is difficult to understand

Technology Design

IMEG provided audiovisual and acoustics design for the Living Room Theaters, part of the historic Bottleworks District of Indianapolis, a $300 million, 1,500,000-sf complex that has reimagined the former location of the largest Coca-Cola bottling plant in the world. IMEG worked with the owner and architect to create innovative AV and acoustic concepts that are

Architectural Lighting

IMEG provided architectural lighting design for the $6.5 million Living Room Theaters, part of the historic Bottleworks District of Indianapolis, a $300 million, 1,500,000-sf complex that has reimagined the former location of the largest Coca-Cola bottling plant in the world. IMEG worked with the owner and architect to create innovative lighting concepts that are functional,

New College of Business Building

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering design and services for the new Andre B. Lacy School of Business at Butler University. The new facility provides a centralized location for the fast-growing College of Business, which now has more than 1,000 students in classrooms spread across the campus. The 103,000-sf building houses both

High-Rise Adaptive Reuse

IMEG is providing engineering and design services for the adaptive reuse of 220 North Meridian in Indianapolis, IN. The 555,453-sf, 20-story office building is being renovated to create a mixed-use residential high-rise structure in one of Indianapolis’ downtown towers. Spaces in the high-rise include a renovated main lobby, residential apartments, amenities center, rooftop pool, retail