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.
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.
This 25,000 square foot exhibit located on the 4th floor Attractions Level of the Luxor Hotel & Casino gives each visitor the opportunity to become a passenger and sail with the Titanic on her ill-fated maiden voyage. The story of the doomed luxury liner comes to life through authentic artifacts, dramatic recreations and hands-on interactive experiences. The crown jewel of the Luxor exhib
The monorail connector is an elevated precast structure stretching between the second floor of the Harrah’s and imperial Palace Casinos via a shared walkway spanning over a drive aisle below. From this platform the connector ramps up to the monorail elevation, supported from two large Y-shaped steel columns and a composite floor deck.
This landmark museum exhibit, Guggenheim’s first at the Venetian Casino Resort in Las Vegas, presented the history of motorcycles and technology with over 120 motorcycles on display from 1868 to the present. Designed by architect Frank O.
Located in front of the Vdara Tower at CityCenter Las Vegas, this massive (57’x75’) public installation by artist Nancy Rubins features the art of precision in engineering and the defying of gravity created from salvaged consumer goods. Lochsa Surveying provided miscellaneous asbuilt surveying services for this project, including monitoring the movements of the different elements of the proje