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

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,

Surgery Critical Care Addition

IMEG provided structural engineering design services for the new 347,000-sf, six-story surgery critical care addition — the hospital’s new “front door.” The addition was designed for future vertical expansion for two floors with 36 operating rooms and support services, and three floors with 72 critical care rooms. A 13,000-sf central energy plant expansion and renovations

New Civil and Criminal Courthouse

IMEG provided structural engineering design services for the 800,000-sf, seven-story, new civil and criminal courthouse. The Clerk of the Court’s offices occupy the first floor and part of the second floor; the remainder of the second floor contains the jury selection room, cafeteria, and family courtrooms. The juvenile, family, civil, and criminal courtrooms occupy the

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

Parking Garage Vertical Expansion

When the main campus parking lot was replaced with student housing,  the University needed to add more parking spaces at other campus locations. The existing two-level, 270-space SAC parking garage was given a vertical expansion of two additional levels, increasing the campus parking supply by 223 parking spaces and transforming an existing plain parking structure

College Campus Garage

This five-level, 412,796 sf garage for Villanova University is an open, long-span, precast structure consisting of architectural wall panels, columns, double tees, light walls, flat slabs and inverted tee girders. The perimeter wall panels are a colored and sandblasted architectural precast with a field installed stone veneer. The garage foundation system is comprised of 40-foot-deep

351-Space Mixed-use Parking Garage

This project consists of a six-level, 115,890 sf, open, long span, precast parking garage adjacent to a new 266,000 sf residential building with 242 apartments.  The top of the parking garage contains an amenity deck with a swimming pool, pool cabana and outdoor terrace areas for the residents. The functional design of the garage consists

1,900-Space Resort Parking Garage

This six-level precast parking garage provides parking for the adjacent Gaylord National Harbor Resort Hotel and Convention Center. The architectural precast features horizontal rib patterns at the top of the spandrels as well as vertical precast column covers. The north end of the garage roof supports planters with full size trees. The garage is designed

Mixed-use Parking Garage

This mixed-use development located near the George Washington Bridge connecting to New York City consists of eight floors of residential apartments over a three-level parking garage for 858 cars and 175,000 sf of ground-floor retail. Additional retail space and a movie theater are located in adjacent structural steel buildings. The structural system of the garage