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
The David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, also known as Koch Institute, is one of eight national cancer research institutes in the United States. Launched in 2007 with a $100 Million grant from David H. Koch, the 180,000 SF research facility opened in 2010, replacing the MIT Center for Cancer Research.
Opening on June 15, 2013, Margaritaville in Bossier, LA is the third and largest of the Margaritaville themed casinos and one of the largest casinos on the Red River. The $197 million casino and hotel is 18 stories with nearly 400 guest rooms and 30,000 SF gaming floor space that includes over 1,200 slot machines and nearly 75 table games.
Lochsa Engineering performed the CFS framing for Ohio's first full service casino. This $400 million development, located on 23 acres, included the renovation and preservation fo the 81 year old Higbee's Department Store.
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.
With 500,000 SF retail and entertainment space, CityCenter is the largest privately funded project in U.S. history and involved some of the world’s most renowned architects and designers. Lochsa Engineering spearheaded several projects simultaneously due to their expertise in light gauge metal framing and theming.
The Forum Shops represents one of the most elaborate, detailed themed properties in the country. The 304,000 square foot, Phase 3 Expansion is complementary to the existing Caesars Palace motif – architectural elements of ancient Rome dating between 300 B.C.
The Forum Shops represents one of the most elaborate, detailed themed properties in the country. The 304,000 square foot, Phase 3 Expansion is complementary to the existing Caesars Palace motif – architectural elements of ancient Rome dating between 300 B.C. and 300 A.D.
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