Raven Precision Agriculture Center

South Dakota State University is staying at the forefront of the future of agriculture by bringing together the fields of agronomy, engineering, food & environmental sciences, and computer science into a single new facility located on the university’s main campus in Brookings. This modern facility, the Raven Precision Agriculture Center, is leading the nation in

Mixed-Use High-Rise Building

IMEG provided engineering and design services for a new nine-story mixed-use building, which includes an eight-story, ±900-space parking ramp. The new, $25 million high-rise physically connects to the hotel/convention center and parking ramp via a skywalk. Program spaces within the high-rise include a restaurant, mercantile shell space, office use shell space, and core-common use spaces.

Wetland Delineation and Mitigation

In order to create a wetland bank on a site north of Renner, SD, Goeden Property LLC needed to determine the existing conditions and how the property could be restored, created or enhanced to provide compensation for off-site wetland impacts. To complete the site evaluation, IMEG conducted a wetland delineation, collection of hydrological data and

Water and Sewer Replacement

This project consisted of a complete reconstruction of 24 city blocks in the city of Flandreau, which operates the seventh largest municipal utility in South Dakota. The project scope included new sanitary sewer main, sanitary sewer services, watermain, water services, storm sewer, curb/gutter, and asphalt roadway. PHASE 1 The first phase consisted of the replacement

Alternate Route Study

The 69th Street alternate route study was initiated by C-Lemme Companies as a way to start a conversation with the City of Sioux Falls and other developers to think outside the box. The challenges for extending West 69th Street involve crossing over a complex interchange of two interstates and the wetlands located along the typical

Airport Runway Rehabilitation Project

This busy airport airstrip was deteriorating and needed to be replaced. To proved a more long-term solution to runway maintenance, concrete was used to replace the rundown asphalt airstrip. For the first phase of this project, the airport was shut down in order for construction to happen quickly and reduce disruption of the overall service.

Creek Tributary Mitigation

This area southeast of Sioux Falls has experienced increased flooding in recent years from intense storm events and upstream development. Lincoln County needed to improve the conveyance capacity of the system and maintain base flood levels to protect infrastructure and private property. IMEG and the County Floodplain Manager developed a strategy for flood protection working

3rd Avenue Bridge

The Third Avenue Bridge over the Moccasin Creek in Aberdeen, SD, was first built in 1975 and was one of the highest-volume bridges in the city. The structural integrity of the bridge had declined over several years, and the city had to restrict loads on the bridge due to concerns about the integrity of the

Watertown Street Project

The City of Watertown turned to IMEG to design, plan, and oversee a 1.4-mile roadway project. The project consisted of milling and resurfacing of the existing asphalt for one mile, as well as a total reconstruction for the final .4 miles. The reconstruction included removing the rural road section, installing a three-lane urban road, and

Lagoon Improvements

The City of Flandreau was struggling to meet the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources’ (SDDENR) discharge permit requirements. The City asked IMEG for assistance to bring the ponds into compliance. The Project included: Piping and valves between ponds Raising the dike of two ponds by 18-inches Adding level monitoring for each pond