New Facility with Town Center

IMEG provided MEP, fire protection, and technology engineering design services for the new Maine Veterans’ Home in Augusta, ME. The new, 200,000-square-foot facility replaced an outdated nursing home. The 138-bed facility provides a community within its four buildings, three of which will house 10, 12, and 15-bed units designed from a “small home” model. Each

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

Addition and Renovation

IMEG provided engineering and design services for Gustavus Adolphus College’s expansion and renovation of the iconic, 50-year old Nobel Hall of Science. The $70 million project combined multiple spaces into one complex, housing the departments of biology, chemistry, geography, and geology, along with interdisciplinary programs in biochemistry/molecular biology and environmental studies. The project scope included

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 Research Laboratory with Intelligent Building Strategies

The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, the world’s largest independent nonprofit research institute focused on plant science, utilizes several intelligent building technologies in its flexible, new, state-of-the-art William H. Danforth Wing. The 136,000-sf addition provides an optimum environment for the plants and the research and is designed to adapt to future changes in the way

Mixed-Use Development

IMEG provided engineering design and services for a new Hyatt House hotel in Chicago’s Fulton Market district, near the new McDonald’s headquarters. The new 14-floor hotel includes 200 guestrooms (including extended-stay rooms), two-level parking garage, ballrooms, conference rooms, pool, fitness area, fourth-floor sky lobby, a guest amenity level, kitchen, bar and lounge with city views,

New West County Hospital

IMEG provided engineering design for a new replacement hospital for BJC West County Hospital. The facility replaced an existing 77-bed general medical and surgical hospital. The new, six-story hospital includes 64 private patient rooms, four intensive care rooms, and 14 operating rooms, as well as an adjoining medical office building, parking garage, and space for

Campus-Wide Security Master Plan

IMEG has been the sole provider of security consulting services to Nova Southeastern University (NSU) since 2000. This project consisted of conducting a physical security assessment and developing a security master plan. The project also included a review of security staffing requirements and processes. The overall objectives for this engagement included assessing the existing security

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

Residence Hall Renovation and Addition

IMEG provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and technology design, along with construction administration services. for the renovation and addition to Witte Residence Hall at the University of Wisconsin. The project was part of the university’s 2020 master plan, addressing deficiencies in the residence halls and dining facilities, to ensure UW Madison’s student housing facilities