New College of Engineering Building

This new three-story, 50,000-sf building for the College of Engineering will include wet and dry laboratories, classrooms, auditoriums, faculty offices, and a lobby. The new Academic & Research Building is designed to connect to the existing third floor of the Thomas Beam Engineering Building following a scheduled renovation. Upon completion, this new integrated facility will

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

New 8-Story 155-Key Hotel

IMEG provided engineering and design services for a new 115,000-sf, 155-key, eight-story hotel in Grand Rapids, MI, designed to Hilton Canopy Standards. The hotel also includes a full-service commercial kitchen, full-service commercial laundry, meeting spaces, and a rooftop bar. IMEG worked closely with the owners, architect, other consultants, site design teams, hotel brand, and separate

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

BSSB Environmental Services

Xcel Energy selected IMEG to perform environmental monitoring services for the Big Stone to Brookings County Transmission Line (BSSB) project in South Dakota. BSSB is part of the CAPX2020 joint initiative of regional utilities to expand the electrical transmission grid. BSSB is a 72-mile, 345kV transmission line that starts south of the Big Stone Power

Moccasin Creek Channel Improvements

The City of Aberdeen selected the team of IMEG and Wenck Associates to complete the study and preliminary design for channel and aesthetic improvements of Moccasin Creek in the Aberdeen area. The City planned to use the design for determination of future steps for funding and an ultimate phased implementation plan for construction. The project

Spring Creek

Spring Creek, a comprehensive watershed management project, is located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. IMEG’s environmental team worked closely with our civil engineering department to significantly reduce wetland impacts for this project. We performed a wetland delineation and construction observation. Additionally, Section 404 permitting was submitted to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for review

Saddle Creek Redesign

IMEG’s environmental team was instrumental in the Saddle Creek project located near Fairview, South Dakota. With the creek’s bridge failing, Lincoln County selected IMEG to design a box culvert and redesign the road. Our environmental team submitted Section 404 permitting to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for review and

New Retention Wastewater Treatment Facility

The City was discharging its treated wastewater to an unnamed stream about three-fourths of a mile south of its treatment plant. The stream is approximately two miles, flowing through two sloughs, before it reaches Antelope Lake, which had been designated as a warm water semi-permanent fishery. Because of this designation, The City of Clark was

Pipeline Replacement Project

The Keystone Pipeline System is an oil pipeline system in Canada and the United States owned by TransCanada Corporation. IMEG’s environmental staff was part of a consulting team selected in 2016 to perform specialty services for the TransCanada Keystone Pipeline pipe replacement project at Wolf Creek near Bridgewater, South Dakota. Work involved monitoring the installation