Lochsa Engineering provided structural design for a 32-foot diameter Fleur De Lis canopy structure and new center bar. The Fleur De Lis, the focal point of the newly remodeled center bar, was constucted with a welded tube steel skeletal frame for the individual petals that cantilevered off a large central column and attached using a unique steel hub connection plate.
This two-story, 13,000 SF flagship store for the Hershey brand is part of a $100 million project at New York-New York and Monte Carlo resort hotels. The new façade features 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 Butter Cup; an 18-ft Hershey’s Kisses attached to the side of the building; and three e
Lochsa Engineering provided structural wall elevations and details for the exterior light gauge steel stud framing and provided structural plans and details for a wood framed trellis located on the second floor just west of the second floor conference room.
The 167,000-square-foot casino resort is designed with a variety of amenities to draw customers — a 300-room hotel in a 15-story tower to capitalize on the views, a 500-seat event center, buffet and gourmet restaurants, a coffee shop/café and a central bar.
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is a municipal natural history and science museum in Denver, Colorado. It is a resource for informal science education in the Rocky Mountain region. A variety of exhibitions, programs, and activities help museum visitors learn about the natural history of Colorado, Earth, and the universe.
250 Columbine is situated in the heart of one of Denver's premiere neighborhoods, Cherry Creek North. Located on the block between 2nd and 3rd Avenue on Columbine Street, the mixed-use project includes retail, residential, and office space, all over two levels of underground parking.
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.