The Grand Canyon Skywalk is still making news. Most recently, the Skywalk was recognized as #14 on CNN's "25 of Mankind's Greatest Engineering Achievements." Lochsa Engineering is honored and humbled to be a part of world renowned projects such as this.
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To read more of the details of the Skywalk click here
"Always remember, people care more about organizations that care more about people," says Populus president and director of research, Paul Butcher. Populus recently conducted the annual surveys that identify top Idaho employers according to those who know: their employees. The winners of the Best Places to Work in Idaho are led by executives who recognize the significance of employee engagement, take ownership and responsibility for their management, and realize a return on their investment.
On November 9th, the Boise Revit Users Group (BoiRUG) held a Revit rendering competition. This competition was an opportunity for local design teams to display the projects they have been working on, their Revit capabilities, and to bring together Revit user in the Boise valley for an open forum to discuss, teach, and learn from one another's rendering experience and knowledge. The renderings categories judged were "Most Realistic" and "Most Creative."
Located in downtown Las Vegas, this two-story transit center serves as the flagship terminal for the regional bus system. The majority of the structure is comprised of steel construction and curtain wall system. However, it’s the sustainable design and build of this facility that makes it noteworthy. The center becomes only the third building in Southern Nevada to achieve LEED Platinum status, the highest level of recognition from the U.S.
Mark Weber recently won the AIA Nevada 2012 "People's Choice Award" in the category of "Unbuilt Design Awards". His project, "Las Vegas Art Museum: A New Home", addresses the need for a large art venue in Las Vegas that would generate regular patronage, link the general public and the local art community, and serve as a gateway to both the Arts District and downtown. Mr.
This spring, the University of Idaho held it's 2nd annual Academy of Engineers induction in Moscow, Idaho. The mission of this award is to honor eminent engineers who are University of Idaho alumni or those engineers deeply connected to Idaho's strong legacy of global engineering impact. Individuals are recognized for their personal contributions to engineering achievement, leadership, education, and services to the profession and society.
Submitted by Tech Support on Tue, 04/24/2012 - 14:32
Doug Rounds' practical and innovative approach has led to work on complicated projects such as the steel-framed, cantilevered Grand Canyon Skywalk in Arizona. Rounds is known for establishing strong working relationships with clients and other members of the design team, preferring a proactive and positive approach to dialogue.
Submitted by Tech Support on Tue, 04/24/2012 - 14:26
Many Idaho workers consider themselves lucky just to have work.
But the ones who consider themselves really lucky can’t wait to clock in.
“I love working here – it’s a fantastic place to work,” said Lael Uberuaga-Rodgers, who works at MetaGeek, a Boise company that makes tools to help businesses optimize wireless networks. It’s a job, “but you don’t really get that corporate feel,” said Uberuaga-Rodgers, whose job title is “office assistant geek.”