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Southwest Family Health

This clinic is a full-service health center that tends to the medical needs of families and individual patients. The 45,000-square-foot complex was designed to help an under-served community and will be the first location to offer extended-hour urgent care center beyond Denver Health’s main campus.

Ada County Jail Pod D

Lochsa Engineering provided full structural design services for the 13,499 square foot 2-story Jail addition.

Chicago Bulls Training Facility

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.

Anthropologie - Honolulu International Market Place

Opening its first store in 1992 in Wayne, Pennsylvania, Anthropologie is known for its focus on women’s fashion, accessories, and home décor.

Anthropologie - Forum At Carlsbad

Opening its first store in 1992 in Wayne, Pennsylvania, Anthropologie is known for its focus on women’s fashion, accessories, and home décor.

Missoula Retail (Mattress Firm)

As the nation’s largest mattress retailer, with over 2,000 locations, Mattress Firm offers a large selection of quality brand name mattresses, beds and bedding products.

For this project, Lochsa Engineering provide CMU shell building with open web steel joists and steel deck for roof. Foundation consists of pad and continuous footings and slab on grade.

Karcher Medical Office Building

This state-of-the-art facility will offer primary and urgent care specialty services, within the one story medical office building.

Arrowhead Skilled Nursing Facility

The Center at Arrowhead serves patients needing physical rehabilitation and/or complex nursing care. With state-of-the-art equipment, this facility maintains a 96 bed, 75,700 sq ft, 3 story skilled nursing unit.

Yeon Building Renovation

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.

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