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Q-C firm engineers newly renovated Museum at Gateway Arch

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July 09, 2018
Quad-Cities-based IMEG Corp. provided engineering design and services for a $109 million renovation and expansion of the Museum at Gateway Arch National Park in St. Louis, which reopens to the public today.
 
IMEG’s St. Louis staff provided mechanical, electrical, and telecommunications design, along with construction administration services for the multi-year project, which added a 2,000-square-foot grand entrance facing Luther Ely Smith Square and the Historic Old Courthouse. A new three-story atrium brings natural light and openness to the subterranean museum spaces – all of which have been renovated and modernized.
 
The museum is seeking LEED Silver certification and is one of six IMEG projects included in the Gateway Arch Park Foundation’s initiative over the last several years to improve the Arch grounds and riverfront.
 
IMEG is headquartered in Rock Island and has 1,200 employees at more than 35 national and international locations. It is one of the largest engineering consulting firms in the U.S. specializing in high performing building systems, infrastructure, and construction-related services. For more information, visit IMEGcorp.com.
 
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Entrance.jpg: The renovated Museum at Gateway Arch National Park features a 2,000-square-foot grand entrance facing Luther Ely Smith Square and the Historic Old Courthouse in downtown St. Louis. (Photo by Paul Colletti courtesy of IMEG)
 
Exhibit.jpg: Exhibits at the Museum at Gateway Arch National Park have been modernized as part of the
museum’s multi-year, $109 million renovation. (Photo by Paul Colletti courtesy of IMEG)
 
 
For more information, contact:
Joe Payne
IMEG Communications Manager
joseph.j.payne@imegcorp.com; (309) 793-3311

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