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Q&A with Mark Hedge, principal at Lochsa Engineering

Lochsa co-founder Mark Hedge talks shop in this Q&A article from March 2014.

Value Engineering in an Unstable Market

Las Vegas, Nevada is an international destination resort known for gambling, entertainment, nightlife and over-the-top glitz and glamour.  The use of neon lights, water features, flame effects and unusual architectural elements provides our visitors with an unforgettable experience.  The development of these unique attractions has always been an interesting challenge for Lochsa Engineering.  The recession and the associated impact to project funding further enhances this challenge.

Nevada AIA Design Awards

Unique building complex utilizing concrete tilt-ups as the major building component.

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Pala Casino Parking Garage

Precast used for all structural support elements, except shear walls.

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Renovating Resorts Atlantic City

Field Discoveries

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ENR Southwest's Top 20 Under 40

Nevada structural engineering firms wins award

Doug Rounds' practical and innovative approach has led to work on complicated projects such as the steel-framed, cantilevered Grand Canyon Skywalk in Arizona. Rounds is known for establishing strong working relationships with clients and other members of the design team, preferring a proactive and positive approach to dialogue.

Idaho Business Review and Populus name 2012 Best Places to Work in Idaho

Many Idaho workers consider themselves lucky just to have work.

But the ones who consider themselves really lucky can’t wait to clock in.

“I love working here – it’s a fantastic place to work,” said Lael Uberuaga-Rodgers, who works at MetaGeek, a Boise company that makes tools to help businesses optimize wireless networks. It’s a job, “but you don’t really get that corporate feel,” said Uberuaga-Rodgers, whose job title is “office assistant geek.”

Boise memorial will include piece of World Trade Center

Who won? After public comment, representatives from the Boise police and fire departments, the City Council, the Arts and History Department, and the Parks and Recreation Commission and staff chose Jensen Belts Associates, Refinerii, Lochsa Engineering, Blake Trailers & Fabrication as the team that will create the $27,000 memorial.

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