This new stand-alone hospitality boutique resort marks a partnership between Caesars Entertainment and night life mogul, Victor Drai, whose after-hours nightclub has been a mainstay at the form Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall and Saloon.
This two-story, 13,000 SF West Coast flagship store for the Hershey brand is part of a $100 million project at New York-New York and Monte Carlo resort hotels. Lochsa Engineering was instrumental in the design of the new façade and theming features which include a 65-ft high by 24-ft wide Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar sign that visitors can walk through as well as: an 18-ft Reese’s Peanut Butte
This fully themed facility is the largest shark tank in the west United States. With its state-of-the-art technology, the Shark Reef Aquarium provides a platform for research, educational experiences, and conservation initiatives.
Lochsa Engineering provided construction drawings and construction administration for the exterior steel stud system on this Design/Build project. This steel stud system attaches to the main building structure but is designed to vertically stand on its own.
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
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.
The clinic was the first of four modern health care facilities being built in the Las Vegas area, designed to help veterans readjust physically, mentally and, to some extent, socially. This state-of-the-art clinic will generally improve primary care services for veterans throughout the northwest part of the valley, making health care more accessible and consistent. The building supports a pha
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