Caesars Entertainment is redefining the iconic Las Vegas skyline with The Linq, and open-air retail, dining, and entertainment district. The area is anchored by the world's tallest observation wheel, known as the High Roller.
Unveiled for the first time in its nationally televised debut during MTV’s 2007 Music Awards, the Pearl concert hall inside the 703-room Palms Casino Resort is about as cool as they come. The three-tier, crescent-shaped theater boasts 18 private and semi-private skyboxes, nine public bars, two VIP lounges, dressing rooms and backstage areas.
The Eastside Cannery Hotel & Casino features a 16-story, 280,000 square foot tower and 250,000 square foot low-rise reminiscent of early 20th century buildings of the industrial age. With its unique structural steel saw tooth roofline, the 210-foot tall tower offers 307 hotel rooms and a restaurant at the 16th level featuring spectacular panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline.
The Black Oak Casino was established by the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians. This scenic property features a 22,000 square foot casino with slots, table games, restaurants, entertainment lounge and 24-lane bowling center.
Lochsa Engineering provided the civil and flood control design for the entire 30-acre Encore Hotel/Casino and the 140-acre Le Reve Golf Course in the heart of Las Vegas Strip. The flood control design efforts included the hydrologic modeling of the entire site and the upstream watershed, hydraulic design for a 10.0 acre-ft, two-bay, multi-use onsite detention basin within the Golf Course, and