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.
With health and fitness so closely related and an aging Student Health Center in need of a major upgrade, the program for the new 185,000 square foot facility was a welcomed addition to the UNLV campus. Featuring a well-equipped gym, multi-purpose courts, futsal, natatorium, Jacuzzi, health education offices, pharmacy, fitness assessment labs, exam rooms and counseling suites, the new facility
This project is a 70,000 square foot, 3-level energy center to power the entire proposed $4.8 Billion Echelon Casino Resort on the famed strip in Las Vegas. The building housed all mechanical equipment required to provide hot water, chilled water, emergency power generation and main power distribution for the entire Echelon site, along with integrated office space to accommodate the energy cen
Lochsa Engineering provided structural engineering services for this pre-cast concrete structure with cast-in-place shear walls. This five story structure was designed for two additional stories of future parking. Over 600 parking spaces are located in the 240,000 SF space.
The Visitor and Education Center, near the entrance to Clark County’s 2900-acre Wetlands Park, is an excellent example of appropriate and ecologically responsible architecture. A pier system and flood control berms ensure safety from flash floods by elevating the 30,000 square foot facility above the 100-year flood plain while preserving the natural vegetation.
This 25,000 square foot exhibit located on the 4th floor Attractions Level of the Luxor Hotel & Casino gives each visitor the opportunity to become a passenger and sail with the Titanic on her ill-fated maiden voyage. The story of the doomed luxury liner comes to life through authentic artifacts, dramatic recreations and hands-on interactive experiences. The crown jewel of the Luxor exhib
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.
For years, Las Vegas has welcomed some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. However, never before have any of those acts been given the opportunity to perform at such a state-of-the-art and innovative concert venue like the new Joint. With a capacity of over 4,000 and an innovative sound and lighting system, the new concert facility is one of the most sophisticated, intimate, a
Located along famous Las Vegas Boulevard, the distinctive appearance of this 45-story, 500-foot tall residential tower is highlighted by its unique blue glass exterior and white horizontal EIFS bands. The 405 suites ranging from 1,179 to 2,000 square feet are complimented by an integrated low rise podium that features a 700-car parking structure, three swimming pools, and over 40,000 square fe
Located on Dean Martin Drive at Harmon Avenue, the two 400-foot towers showcase an aqua and blue glass skin accented by EIFS bands with exterior patios which afford dramatic views of the Las Vegas Strip to the east and mountains to the west. Both of the 660,000 square foot towers features 616 units ranging from 700 to 4,500 square feet including four penthouse suites. The property also offers