Lochsa Surveying provided the survey for civil design and installation of an electric transmission main line. Provided alignment/right-of-way study in order to resolve the limits of public road and topographic survey of existing surface features and subsurface utility elevations as possible for the placement of the proposed electric transmission main feed to the new resort.
Corridor study for the possible extension of electrical transmission facilities. Provided alignment/right-of-way study in order to resolve the limits of public road and topographic survey of existing surface features and subsurface utility elevations as possible for the placement and design of the proposed electric transmission main fee to the new resort.
Working directly for the general contractor, Lochsa Surveying is providing all of the survey construction control staking for a 230-foot long by 200-foot wide “x” style concrete bridge interchange including 14 support columns, girders, wing walls, 300-foot long concrete abutments, post tensioned concrete surfaces, camber considerations, retaining walls, mass grading and 4 on/off ramps onto the
Two thousand feet of electrical transmission main off-site through Circus Circus property. Lochsa Surveying provided alignment/boundary/topographic survey for the design and placement of electrical facilities together with pothole identification survey of existing underground utilities.
The Clark County Shooting Complex, located on the northern outskirts of Las Vegas, Nevada, is the largest shooting facility in the United States. The 2,900 acres park is being built in stages by Clark County, Nevada.