The Museum at Gateway Arch National Park reopens with IMEG engineering. Also: A look at the future delivery of healthcare.
Uniquely Hospitable: Find comfort and much more at IMEG-engineered hotels. Also: New acoustics sends director out on a high note.
Start early for the most effective, cost-efficient security design. Also: IMEG growth, projects, clients get ink in ENR.
Sound answers from IMEG acoustics and AV specialist David Wright.
9 ways the IoT can improve your building today. Also: Our man in the field can tell you all about GIS.
3-D and VR walkthroughs: Experiencing how a design works is key for processes. Also: IMEG shares energy expertise for new AEDG.
WELL Building Standard drives occupant-focused shift in the AEC industry. Also: IMEG leaders are named ASHRAE Fellow, Top Young Professional.
Eighteen AEC developments to watch in 2018. Also: IMEG acquires BLW Security Group of Texas.
Name change, mergers, and awards highlight 2017. Also: IMEG-engineered project makes ARCHITECT cover.
USP 800 extension gives pharmacies more time to comply with new standard. Also: Meet our newest client executives.
Growth in photovoltaics is cropping up in surprising locations. Also: New LinkedIn group discusses IoT in the built environment.
Learn about our specialty services for the automotive industry. Also: IMEG receives a 2017 Design Award for the Method Plant in Chicago.
IMEG’s medical equipment planning service reaches 10-year milestone. Also: Laboratory design trends improve collaboration, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness.
Mississippi River bridge corridor project highlights IMEG’s civil engineering expansion. Also: Students head back to school inside new and renovated buildings featuring IMEG design.
Find out how a unified green code could affect your projects. Also: Small yet mighty interesting IMEG projects include a house for giraffes and a quieter locomotive for Australia.
Collaborative, flexible, and hands-on spaces are gaining momentum in higher education buildings. Also: Why Commission a Building?
Technical skill and ability to balance varied goals lead to successful architectural lighting of historic renovations. Also: Missman Inc. joins IMEG.
Virtual reality walkthroughs help clients understand design. Also: Common attributes and design requirements of mixed-use projects.
Structural considerations of ICF walls. Also: Top priorities in K-12 schools.
IMEG Corp. CEO and President Paul VanDuyne talks about the firm’s genesis, growth, and the decision to have all brands operate under one name.
KJWW and TTG are now IMEG. The same firm. Same people. Same quality and innovation. Simply a new name!
Designing for flexible and collaborative environments. | The future of user interface buildings.
High-performance design merges state-of-the art research with sustainability. | A 2,800-piece scale model tests a pavilion design’s acoustics.
Enhance Your Hospitality Brand with Architectural Lighting | Meet our new director of sustainability
The Big Reveal: Check out our new corporate video, and read about KJWW's top 10 developments of 2016
Talking Net Zero? Discussing key topics early will help keep the goal within reach
Building analytics is critical for long-term energy efficiency | Also see KJWW's services for Veterans Administration facilities
Green banks gaining attention as a financing strategy for energy-efficiency financing. Also: KJWW designs four ENR Regional 2016 Best Projects.
Are you a giant? Catch up on the rankings released this summer
Back to School! A study guide and suggested reading to help AEC professionals stay at the head of the class
MacGyvered' Solution: Unconventional acoustics study provides answer to hospital's rooftop helipad question
R&D Magazine honors University of Illinois' Electrical and Computer Engineering Building
Top Starts: KJWW working on 4 of the biggest projects of past year
As Intended: Learn the latest on process of building commissioning
Illinois LEEDs the Way: KJWW projects add to state's No. 1 ranking on USGBC list
ASHRAE 90.1: Are you up to date on 2013 and future addenda?