Located in North Battleford, this hospital is the first mental health facility to be built in Saskatchewan, Canada, and is currently nearing completion. With personal rooms and naturally-lit common spaces, this 284-bed facility is designed to make patients feel like they are at home rather than in a hospital.
Lochsa Engineering provided full EOR services for this 11-story hotel which is currently under construction in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The first 3 floors are post-tension concrete which will be supporting the upper 7 floors of light gauge load-bearing framing.
Lochsa Engineering provided Cold Formed Steel Shop drawings and panelization services for this project. Lochsa worked with the Engineer of Record on the building to ensure the lateral and gravity forces were properly transferred down to the ground per the original design.
Lochsa Engineering provided Cold Formed Steel Shop drawings and panelization services for this 87-room hotel. Lochsa worked with the Engineer of Record on the building to ensure the lateral and gravity forces were properly transferred down to the ground per the original design.
Lochsa is the Structural Engineer of Record for this new student housing development at the University of Virginia which boasts a variety of amenities such as a roof-top pool and an adjoined 5-story parking garage. Lochsa's work on the project involved the following:
This 16,000 square foot practice facility and front-office headquarters for the Chicago Bulls features state-of-the-art amenities for their NBA athletes and adds a pop of eye-catching architecture to the city of Chicago. Lochsa Engineering provided Interior and Exterior non-load bearing CFS Framing for the facility.
The CUNY Advanced Science Research Center focuses on five dynamic fields of applied science: Nanoscience, Photonics, Structural Biology, Neuroscience, and Environmental Sciences. Through its state-of-the-art architectural design, the center mirrors a distinctly collaborative culture.
Built in 1911, the neo-classical building was commissioned by John Baptiste Yeon, a self-made lumber baron, and designed by prominent San Francisco architect firm Reid & Reid. At 15 stories it was one of Portland’s first high-rise buildings, and held the distinction of being the tallest building in Portland for 16 years after it was built.
The University of Wyoming’s Energy Innovation Center (EIC) opened in December 2012 to support the University of Wyoming (UW) and the School of Energy Resources (SER) in achieving the mission of positioning Wyoming as a global leader in energy education, research and outreach. This state-of-the-art research and collaboration facility, includes 27,300 net square feet of highly technical research