Lochsa Engineering provided Cold Formed Steel Shop drawings and panelization services for this project. Lochsa worked with the Engineer of Record on the building to ensure the lateral and gravity forces were properly transferred down to the ground per the original design.
A $60 million upscale residential high-rise development under construction at Las Vegas Boulevard opened a 1,700-square-foot model unit in September 2004 at Neonopolis. This structure was modeled after New York’s artsy SoHo neighborhood. This 16-story 225-foot tower has 120 units including eight penthouse suites, and seventy percent of the ground floor will be retail shops and restaurants.
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