New Two-story Research Building

IMEG provided mechanical and technology services for the new meat science facility at the UW Madison Campus – a two-story teaching, research, and outreach facility to support the meat industry in Wisconsin, including modern meat processing and research techniques and technologies. The building houses BSL-2 laboratories for food safety research, an abattior, carcass chilling, a

New Two-story Building

IMEG provided structural, MEP, fire protection, technology and security design, and construction administration services for the Forest Park Middle School in Franklin, WI. The new, two-story building accommodates over 1,300 students in grades 6 through 8 and houses 42 traditional classrooms along with multiple studios, a STEM center, and collaboration hubs. The middle school is

New Fitness Complex with Ice Rink and Natatorium

IMEG is providing engineering design services for the new Bakke Recreation & Wellbeing Complex at the UW Madison campus. The project includes demolition of the existing gymnasium/natatorium facility to create the needed space for the new center. The facility will include an adaptive fitness laboratory for the kinesiology program, basketball courts, ice rink with spectator

Clinic Relocation and Enabling Project

IMEG provided mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and technology engineering design services for the relocation of the Internal Medicine Clinic and the Family Care Clinic. The relocation of the clinics allowed the implementation of the collaborative care model and addresses expandability for future growth, improving patient experience, and patient/caregiver flow and access to care. The clinics were

UW Health Sports Factory

IMEG’s civil team was instrumental in repurposing an abandoned industrial building along the Rock River in Rockford into the UW Health Sports Factory, a highly complex project that was a component of the multi-stakeholder “Reclaiming First Initiative” promoting sports tourism in the Greater Rockford Area. As part of the design team, IMEG participated in regularly

New Fire Station Designed with Intelligent Building Strategies

The City of Madison’s new Fire Station 14 showcases the city’s commitment to its community and the environment. Along with high-efficiency equipment and stringent sustainability goals, this project was designed with intelligent building strategies that helped the project achieve LEED Platinum certification. IMEG engineers provided several intelligent building strategies including sub-metering for water, HVAC trend

New Advanced Orthopedic Facility

IMEG is providing medical equipment planning services for the new center which will offer diagnostic, surgery/treatment, and rehabilitation services. The facility is set up to streamline and offer efficient and convenient orthopedic-spine-pain theme procedures and therapies for patients in one location. The center will include eight inpatient and outpatient OR’s (with four additional planned), two

New Student Recreation Center

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, and technology engineering design and services for the new Nicholas Recreation Center, a $96.5 million, 250,000-sf facility at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The center provides both recreational and competitive athletic spaces for students and the community. The project is a main component of the university’s Rec Sports Master Plan,

New Two-Story Office Building

MEG provided mechanical, electrical, fire protection, and architectural lighting engineering design and services, along with construction administration, for the 40,000-sf new two-story office building for Bell Labs in Deforest, WI. The headquarters includes the addition of small lab areas with fume hoods, six animal testing rooms which required special environmental conditions, a small cage wash

Education Center and Greenhouse Additions – LEED Platinum

IMEG provided structural and technology engineering design and services for two new additions to the Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison. The 16-acre gardens currently feature local plants from the Midwest and an indoor conservatory that holds tropical plants, flowers, and birds. The additions included an 11,735-sf education center and 10,995-sf production greenhouse. The education center