New City Office Building and Parking Garage

The City of Columbus demolished the 109 N. Front Street building to create space for a new eight-story, 180,000-sf office building at 111 N. Front Street. The Michael B. Coleman Government Center consolidates four city departments — Building & Zoning, Public Service, Development, and Public Utilities — providing a streamlined process for visitors to patronize

Off-Site Central Sterile Services Building

As the first in Ohio, the 60,000-sf dedicated off-site central sterile facility is a free-standing building located at the intersection of Ackerman Road and Kenny Road in Columbus, Ohio. The surgery department is essential to holistic patient care and a key revenue source for the health system. Having clean, sterilized instruments is the life blood

New Personal Protective Equipment Plant

IMEG, as the prime consultant, provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering design services, along with construction administration, for the renovation of a 527,000-sf warehouse into a new state-of-the-art manufacturing plant. IMEG also provided early site selection, utility evaluation, programming, budgeting, utility planning, and coordination with the manufacturing equipment for the plant. IMEG’s subconsultants included architectural

Construct Chiller Plant

IMEG provided mechanical, plumbing, and electrical engineering services for the VAMC campus in Columbus in order to design and construct a new remote 5,200-sf chiller plant addition to a recently completed Energy Center (boiler plant) which services the Chalmers P. Wylie Ambulatory Care Center. The new chiller plant will replace the existing chiller plant (located

Service and Manufacturing Facility Expansion

Festo in Mason, Ohio added a 350,000-sf addition to the existing facility to accommodate Festo’s logistics, production center, and offices. IMEG provided lists of required mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection systems and equipment, as well as reviewed the capacity of the existing utility and generator power systems against the projected load of the new

Manufacturing Plant Renovation and Expansion

The Dayton Reliable Tool manufacturing plant houses sensitive equipment used in machine tool production. IMEG provided civil, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering design, along with industrial architecture services, for the 20,000-sf plant demolition and remodel. New energy efficient systems replaced existing HVAC equipment and distribution systems. IMEG also designed new electrical distribution systems

Building Renovation and Expansion

Cincinnati Machine, Inc. relocated its Cincinnati, Ohio, operations to an existing 137,400-sf plant in Hebron, Kentucky. The renovation of the existing building included replacement of the existing floor with 5-foot thick floors and construction of a 45,000-sf, 40-foot clear height building addition. Operations at the facility include complex composite processes, and the assembly and testing

Planning Charrette Report for the Air Force Materiel Command HQ Repair/Renovation

IMEG, working with joint venture firm PRIME AE, provided structural, MEP, and technology communications engineering design services for a complex planning and programming project for the Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) Headquarters renovation. The project had a demanding 18-week schedule that included weekly deliverables. The goal of the multi-phase project was a recapitalization of the

Athletic Performance Center

IMEG is providing mechanical, electrical, and technology design services for the new 90,000-sf indoor practice facility and 120,000-sf performance center. The project will be built on the current Sheakley Athletics Center site located at the northwest corner of Corry Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue. The east portion of the site will house a new indoor practice

New Replacement Hospital

MetroHealth’s new 11-story replacement hospital, The Glick Center, fitted with state-of-the-art technology and 316 patient rooms, opened on November 5, 2022. The new main campus was completed on-time and within budget despite COVID delays. IMEG played a big part in ensuring the new hospital opened on time by providing commissioning assistance for mechanical systems. Two