National Retail Chain Featuring 11 New Locations

Family Shopping

National Retail Chain Various Locations, WY Inberg-Miller Engineers has partnered with a national retail chain to provide fast-paced site development and construction of their stores located throughout Wyoming. We provided primary site information for feasibility and due diligence of the site’s potential. Once determined that the site was developable, Inberg-Miller provided full design and survey […]

Teton County Heater Repaving Project

Teton Countyheater repaving project Alta, WY In 2021, Teton County contracted with Inberg-Miller Engineers to provide Subsurface Investigation, Geotechnical and Civil Engineering Design Services, Construction Administration, and Resident Project Representative Services during the construction of 3.67 miles of road in Alta, Wyoming. The newly refinished roads are easier to traverse for residents and visitors and […]

FMC Park Road

Looking East on FMC Park Road

fmc park road Green River, WY FMC Park is a popular 638-acre community park with recreational areas, scenic views, and access to the Greenbelt Pathway located in Green River, Wyoming. FMC Park Road serves the park and two new subdivisions. IME performed services in the construction of a new street, storm sewer, water lines, and […]

Blackmore Marketplace

Blackmore Marketplace Casper, WY The Blackmore Marketplace is a shopping center located along East 2nd Street, on the east side of Casper, WY. This shopping center includes big box stores, retail shops, crafting stores, and restaurants. It has been expanding over the past several years, and Inberg-Miller Engineers is involved with the development and construction […]

Dry Creek Road

Dry Creek Road Fremont County, WY Inberg-Miller Engineers created the original Dry Creek Road design for a uranium mining company, with the understanding that the County would eventually take over maintenance of the road. The County obtained State funding for the reconstruction. At the same time, another mining company presented plans to start an open […]

Slope Stability Evaluation

image of a rock slide

Slope Stability Evaluation Absaroka Mountains of Wyoming An exceptionally wet spring de-stabilized a steep slope below this remote home in the northern Absaroka Mountains of Wyoming.  A translational slide extending several hundred feet in length threatened to expand and eventually impact the house foundation. Inberg-Miller Engineers undertook characterization of the slide via subsurface exploration using […]

Residential Housing Development

Apartments being built

Residential Housing Development Wyoming, South Dakota, and Utah IME worked with a developer who is committed to building quality, affordable housing in rural and underserved communities. We provided site design, traffic studies, geotechnical engineering, environmental site assessments, ALTA and construction surveying, and construction materials testing services for the developer on several multi-family housing projects. Liberty […]

Wyoming State Hospital

Wyoming State Hospital Evanston, WY Located in Evanston, Wyoming, the Wyoming State Hospital Project consisted of a new ±127,000 square foot building to house clinic space, office space, patient rooms, meeting rooms, and general circulation. In addition to the new building, the project also consisted of ±71,000 square feet of existing building renovations, new parking, […]

Sweetwater County School District #2 Bus Barn Parking Lot

Sweetwater County School District #2 Bus Barn Parking Lot

Sweetwater County School District #2 Bus Barn Parking Lot Green River, WY The existing bus barn parking lot and fueling station for Sweetwater County School District #2 in Green River was at the end of its usable life. Years of bus and vehicular loading coupled with poor subgrade conditions contributed to an aged and distressed […]

Campbell County School District Aquatic Center Alternative Foundations

Campbell County School District Aquatic Center Alternative Foundations Gillette, WY Campbell County School District was investigating the possibility of building a new aquatic center. The original geotechnical report recommended reinforced concrete drilled piers to support the building walls, floors, and pool. Because of the prohibitive cost of drilled piers, the school district was seeking other […]