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
The Harmon Retail Center is a 110,000 square foot retail development in a three story building located at the intersection of Harmon Boulevard at Las Vegas Boulevard. The project is unique in that access to the pedestrians is achieved not only from the ground level but by offering direct access from the adjacent pedestrian bridges over the adjacent roadways.
Serving the community in the northern part of the town, the Sky view Multi-Generational Center partnered with the YMCA to provide a community meeting place and recreation center. The facility is composed of a 35,700 square foot building contained a fitness center, indoor pool, senior center, multipurpose rooms that offer a variety of programs.
Lochsa Engineering is providing the civil and flood control design for the Las Vegas Valley regional master-planned flood control facility to convey the Pittman Wash tributary through the Century Steel, Inc property in the City of Henderson.
Lochsa Engineering provided the civil and flood control design for the 15-acre school site in the Mountains Edge master-planned community. The flood control design efforts included the hydrologic modeling of the watershed impacting the site and perimeter streets, hydraulic design of a system of drop inlets and storm drain to intercept and convey storm flows to the existing Le Baron Channel. T
This project converted a gravel access road that serviced an NV Energy turbine facility into a paved access road. The BLM called on NV Energy to improve their access road because of concerns to the native Desert Tortoise.
The project occupies a former parking lot. Demolition plans were prepare to remove existing facilities and relocate existing infrastructure. Detailed Civil design included grading the project site to match into all four sides of existing development and to channel stormwater into planter areas to be harvested for irrigation. Coordinated the site credits for LEED certification. Infrastructur
Lochsa Engineering provided civil and flood control design for this school addition at the intersection of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Balzar Avenue, as well as floodplain management to satisfy the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) design requirement for the Las Vegas Wash floodplain (Zone A) through the site. The project tasks included analyzing FEMA effective hydrologic models,