You want to build green, and your client is all for it – as long as you can save money for them in the long run. Learn how in this AIA-accredited course featuring IMEG’s Jeff Boldt, originally presented at the 2016 Greenbuild Conference and now offered through Hanley Wood University.
This ASCE webinar demonstrates how nonlinear analysis and fiber wrap material were successfully utilized for a seismic retrofit hospital project in California.
Many building owners are starting to include energy performance requirements in their RFPs, specifying a maximum energy use intensity, or EUI. IMEG explains the implications in this six-minute video.
Watch the video above for an overview of the new standard taking effect Dec. 1, 2019. Or watch a 50-minute IMEG WebEx presentation on this topic.
Presented at Midwest Healthcare Engineering Conference by Jeff Boldt and John Wilczynski.
Runtime 21 minutes
Technical overview of what causes building moisture problems and how to manage it. Presented by Jeff Boldt
Runtime 1 hour
David Nguyen, a civil designer in IMEG’s Anaheim, Calif., office, will co-present at Geo-Congress 2019 March 24-27 in Philadelphia. Nguyen and another undergraduate student will present to a panel of geotechnical engineers on predicting lateral and vertical displacements caused by M 9.0 earthquakes.
“Essential Design Elements for Emergency Power Systems” will be presented by IMEG Senior Electrical Engineer Richard Vedvik at 3:30 p.m. May 1 at the Emergency Generators & Petroleum Storage Tanks Conference in Albuquerque, N.M.
“Get WELL: A Cohesive Design Approach Empowers Patients, Improves Outcomes,’’ will be presented by three IMEG designers at 9:30 a.m. June 7 at the AIA 2019 Conference on Architecture, Las Vegas. Presenting will be Architectural Lighting Leader Shanna Olsen, Director of Sustainability Adam McMillen, and Jeff Boldt, Director of Innovation and Quality. Learn more.