New Research and Development Facility

IMEG provided engineering design for a confidential pharmaceutical company’s new research and development facility at Iowa State University Research Park. The 52,000-sf facility features an open concept designed for collaboration and interaction of up to 100 scientists conducting research in swine, cattle, equine, canine, and feline. The first floor is comprised of almost 30,000-sf of

New City Hall

Designed to be an example of innovation, energy conservation, and sustainability for its community, the City of Johnston’s new 24,000-square-foot city hall is the centerpiece of an overall town center redevelopment project that brings new civic, retail, hospitality, office, and entertainment opportunities to the area. The city hall is a showcase of civic engagement and

New Research Lab

IMEG provided engineering services for the conversion of a pre-pi-lot processing research facility into the Integrated Bioprocessing Research Laboratory (IBRL) at the University of Illinois. The IBRL is a state-of-the art pilot-scale facility used by faculty and researchers to improve efficiencies, reduce water usage, and increase biofuel production in the corn ethanol industry. Researchers are

New Football Performance Center

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection engineering design and services, along with energy modeling, for a new, LEED Silver Football Performance Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The state-of-the-art facility will help recruit, train, and care for today’s and future student athletes at the university. The building is connected to the existing

Building Addition with Linear Accelerator

The Argonne National Laboratory is upgrading its Advanced Photon Source (APS) to include two new beamlines. Already one of the most productive light sources in the world, the APS is essentially a stadium-sized X-ray microscope used by scientists around the world for research in various fields, from chemistry to materials science and geology. The upgrade

New Searle Visitor Center

IMEG provided commissioning and energy modeling services, along with mechanical, electrical, and fire protection engineering design, for the new Lincoln Park Zoo visitor center in Chicago. The new two-building facility, connected by an aluminum canopy, houses restrooms, member services and lounge, informational kiosk, stroller rentals, and back-of-house offices. An energy analysis of the Lincoln Park

LEED Gold Student Innovation Center

IMEG provided engineering design services for the LEED Gold, $60-million Student Innovation Center at Iowa State University. The new building was designed for multidisciplinary use and is a hub for students in the College of Engineering and College of Design, furthering the university’s mission to be a hands-on institution. The 146,323-sf, student-centric building houses no

LEED Gold State-of-the-Art Facility

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and energy modeling engineering design and services, along with construction administration, for the new, LEED Gold certified Siebel Center for Design at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The two-story building is a campus-wide hub for student-focused design thinking and learning connecting the north and south areas of

New Academic Library & School of Architecture

IMEG provided engineering design services for Judson University’s new Harm A. Weber Academic Center, home to the School of Art, Design and Architecture and the Benjamin P. Browne Library. The new building included natural ventilation, natural daylighting and photovoltaics – making it one of the “greenest” buildings in the United States. The facility uses an

New Sports Medicine and Performance Center

Located in the heart of the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs (UCCS) campus, the new William J. Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center is a state-of-the-art facility that will host a range of specialties from exercise science and physical therapy to physiology and conditioning, promoting synergies between sports-medicine-based clinical treatments and academics. All spaces