New State-of-the-Art Facility

IMEG provided commissioning services for the new Tech Port Center + Arena. The new facility includes: A 3,000-seat state-of-the-art technology arena that can be configured for different uses including esports, concerts, product launches, and large training programs Space that serves as the new home of the San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology Integrated classrooms

New Recreation and Commercial Facility

IMEG provided structural design services for the POST Houston recreation and commercial facility in Houston. The 700,000-sf building opened in 2021 and is a repurposing of the former U.S. Post Office Houston Processing Center into a multi-purpose office, retail, food, and entertainment facility. Serving as a cultural hub for the community by providing working and

New Exhibit Space, Theater, and Restaurant

IMEG provided structural engineering and design services for the Nancy and Rich Kinder Building at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. The new 237,000-sf, three-story building features 102,366-sf of exhibition space for modern and contemporary art, a 215-seat theater, restaurant and café, underground parking, and pedestrian tunnels connecting it to the museum’s existing gallery

New Office Building

IMEG provided structural, mechanical, electrical, and acoustical engineering design services, along with construction administration, for the office building shell and parking structure, as well as subsequent tenant improvements. The four-story building serves as the regional operation headquarters and includes open workstations, offices, conference rooms, fitness and dance studios with adjacent locker/dressing rooms, first floor employee

The Modern Austin Residential High Rise Tower

IMEG is providing structural engineering services for The Modern Austin residences in Austin, TX. The 55-story, 790,000-sf high rise tower complex will include 345 residences, 15 combined levels of below and above grade parking space, luxury penthouse suites, and two amenity decks that feature a yoga studio, multiple lounges, a fitness center, private dining areas,

Utility Upgrades

IMEG provided engineering systems design for a chilled water extension and steam/condensate replacement at Texas State University’s South Campus. After conducting an extensive site investigation with the full design team, IMEG proposed the following routing design of the new utilities. New chilled water supply and return New steam supply and return New water line to

New State-Of-The-Art Complex with Chiller

The Performing Arts Center supports one of the region’s leading fine arts programs. The project consisted included a music recital hall and theatre, a parking garage, a central chilled water plant, and extensive streets and grounds improvement. The new 43,700-sf state-of-the-art complex features a 400-seat proscenium theatre with fly tower and a 300-seat recital hall,

Master Plan with Library

This new $125 million campus encompasses 400,000-sf and consists of a Performing Arts/Fine Arts Building, Career Tech and Academic Buildings, a Wellness Center, a Library/Learning Resources Center and a Student Services Building. IMEG provided the MEP design systems services for all buildings. The project includes a 2400 ton central plant designed for an ultimate capacity

Theater Expansion

IMEG provided IECC 2018 commissioning services for the mechanical, plumbing, and lighting control systems for the new Alameda Theater expansion. The expansion serves as the new Texas Public Radio headquarters and includes a black box theater and office spaces. The mechanical system consisted of a chilled water loop served by an air cooled chiller and

Capitol Complex Development

IMEG provided Threat and Vulnerability Assessment, Programming and Schematic Design Services for the Texas Capitol Complex Phase 1 project as a sub consultant to the project Master Architect, Page. The project is the implementation of the Phase 1 improvements as recommended in the adopted 2016 Capitol Complex Master Plan and includes the following Elements: The