New Orthodontics Clinic

IMEG provided engineering design services for the new Collins Orthodontics Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. The building houses the clinic and The Donut, a donut and coffee shop that supports the clinic’s work to offer free braces to pediatric cancer survivors. The 6,483-sf building was completed in 2020. The clinic is 5,679 square feet with a

Vision Research Center Build-out

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, technology and civil engineering services for a 55,188-sf remodel of shelled spaces in the former Avery Dennison Corp. headquarters for Doheny Eye Institute, a nonprofit organization affiliated with the UCLA Stein Eye Institute. The Doheny Eye Center occupies the ground level, second, and third floors of the 123,000-sf building, and

Nuclear Medicine Department Build-Out

Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) offers the only nuclear medicine program in Orange County dedicated to pediatrics, with calibrated equipment that allows children to receive smaller, safer doses of radiation. When CHOC built out this nuclear medicine program in a 4,000-sf shell space in the Bill Holmes Tower, it turned to IMEG for structural,

Warehouse Conversion to New Facility

IMEG provided structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering design services for the 60,000-sf conversion of an office/warehouse facility into Beacon Fisheries’ new seafood processing plant and office headquarters. The facility includes a retail market with a commercial-type kitchen, test kitchen/training room, and new restrooms and break area in the processing plant. The building

Emergency Department Addition

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, and technology engineering and design services for the Cleveland Clinic Brunswick Family Health Center’s Emergency Department two-story addition, including associated site improvements. The first-story addition is 22,500-sf and the second story of the addition is 17,000-sf of shell space. The project, which targeted LEED Silver certification, pairs environmentally sensitive, sustainable development

New Hotel and Casino

This resort located in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic is the first casino to be built in the Caribbean for owner Palace Resorts whose headquarters is in Cancun, Mexico. The resort opened in January 2009 followed by the casino in December 2009. Our team was retained by Palace Resorts to design an exclusive casino as part

Four Star Luxury Destination

Nestled among the secluded mesquites of Tucson’s high desert, the Casino Del Sol Resort was once simply a casino, but was expanded in 2010 to become the four-star luxury destination it remains today. The goal of the expansion was to transform the casino into an oasis of entertainment featuring 215 rooms and suites, more than

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

Historic Building Renovation

The newly renovated 62,500-square-foot Pillsbury Hall is the second oldest – and most iconic – building at the University of Minnesota’s East Bank campus. IMEG provided mechanical engineering and design services for the renovation of the building, which was originally constructed in 1889 as a science hall. In June 2021, the building reopened as a

New Community Living Center

Augusta Maine’s VAME Togus is transitioning aging veterans in their care to new “Small House” Community Living Centers (CLC). IMEG performed mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection design and construction administration services for the first phase, which includes the construction of two new 8,500 SF prototype houses. The residents are veterans in need of institutional