Completed in 2018, this 22,000-seat arena is home to Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles Football Club. Also included in this project is the coinciding 670,482 square foot Ancillary Building, with a concourse, mezzanine, and roof terrace that aligns with the associated floors of the stadium.
This multi-family apartment complex is currently under construction and going strong! This project is a great example of how fast the construction industry is able to go from a pre-coordinated BIM model, to a Howick machine and panel assembly, to site installation in less than 10 days. Each area (half of the building) has roughly 500 panels (bearing and non-bearing).
731 St. Charles was a CFS Panel project in which Lochsa was responsible for the design of the walls and trusses from second floor to the roof. Both trusses and walls were constructed offsite at a warehouse then shipped to the site.
Lochsa provided structural steel retrofitting and existing building colum modifications for this new, multi-user zipline at the Flamingo & LINQ hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. The zipline features 10 ride cables, each of which is 1,123 ft in length. Riders begin at the top of a 114 ft tower and travel almost half a mile over the central Strip shopping, dining and entertainment district.
Located in North Battleford, this hospital is the first mental health facility to be built in Saskatchewan, Canada, and is currently nearing completion. With personal rooms and naturally-lit common spaces, this 284-bed facility is designed to make patients feel like they are at home rather than in a hospital.
Lochsa Engineering provided full EOR services for this 11-story hotel in Colorado Springs, which was built using offsite construction methods. This project involved quite a bit of panel work, and our ever evolving panel team stepped up to the challenge. The first 3 floors are post-tension concrete which supports the upper 7 floors of light gauge load-bearing framing.
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.
Lochsa Engineering provided Cold Formed Steel Shop drawings and panelization services for this 87-room hotel. 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.
Lochsa is the Structural Engineer of Record for this new student housing development at the University of Virginia which boasts a variety of amenities such as a roof-top pool and an adjoined 5-story parking garage. Lochsa's work on the project involved the following: