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 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.
This children’s hospital offers state-of-the-art care for children's unique healthcare needs and is ranked among the nation’s top five children’s hospitals in Orthopedics and Neonatology by U.S. News World Report. The campus on which the hospital is situated is composed of a variety of different buildings and practices.
The 271,000-square-foot care center is home to a variety of clinics that offer services to United States veterans. The design of the facility is unique in the fact that different departments and medical services are located in separate wings joined by a central, three-story atrium space.
Lochsa Engineering provided structural engineering design for the remodel / retrofit of this six-story building in downtown Boise. Exterior brick walls were seismically restrained back to existing structure to comply with current building codes. Existing steel framing was analyzed for seismic and wind loading and reinforced as needed in areas that were overstressed.