A look back at IMEG’s news of 2018

Here’s a review of some of the biggest developments in IMEG’s California regions in the past year:

  • IMEG Corp. was named to ENR California’s 2018 Top Design Firms. The annual list, based on revenue, includes firms which offer architectural, engineering, contracting, environmental, geotechnical and planning design services or a combination thereof. IMEG was ranked at No. 37. Read more.
  • Mission Cove multi-family housing community in Oceanside earned a Gold GreenPoint rating for energy efficiency, water conservation, indoor air quality, resource conservation, and living communities. Read more.
  • IMEG won numerous K-12 projects funded by a 2016 California state school bond proposition, in addition to projects funded by local bonds. Read more.
  • The historic California Broadway Trade Center in Los Angeles entered phase 2 of a multi-use renovation. Read more.
  • Edwin Najarian and Balram Gupta were named client executives. Read more.
  • The Santa Barbara City College West Campus Center achieved LEED Platinum certification and opened in time for the fall semester. Read more.
  • IMEG is providing engineering services for a new, three-story, Union Rescue Mission homeless shelter in south Los Angeles. The $21 million shelter will support 80 single-parent families, teach life skills for residents to become self-reliant, offer three meals a day, and provide an overflow sleeping area in emergency situations.
  • IMEG is providing structural engineering services for St. Rose Hospital, Hayward. The main hospital building’s seismic evaluation and upgrade from SPC-2 to SPC-4D will allow the hospital to continue to provide acute-care services beyond Jan. 1, 2030.
  • IMEG is providing structural design and medical equipment planning for Scripps Health’s new $400-million acute care building, part of a master plan that represents the largest building program in the health care system’s 125-year history. Read more.
  • Construction began on the Santa Ysabel Nature Center, a 6,000-sf facility that will house exhibits, an amphitheater and staging area for hikers in San Diego.