Lochsa Engineering provided structural engineering design for the remodel / retrofit of this six-story building in downtown Boise. Exterior brick walls were seismically restrained back to existing structure to comply with current building codes. Existing steel framing was analyzed for seismic and wind loading and reinforced as needed in areas that were overstressed.
Sitting directly across from the student union, the Boise State Honors College has its first full-fledged home after nearly 40 years of honors programming. Lochsa provided structural engineering services for the new building which offers a variety of living and learning facilities, including dining areas, classrooms, study spaces and housing for 300 honors students.
JUMP—or Jack’s Urban Meeting Place—is a not-for-profit, interactive creative center and community gathering place in the heart of downtown Boise. JUMP is both a place and thing—a lively fusion of environment and experiences designed to help spark talents and interests you may not even know you have.
This post-tension concrete parking garage on Boise State University’s campus is five levels, 720 spaces and 225,540 SF. This is an addition to an existing parking structure, thus requiring addtional coordination between disciplines.
Lochsa Engineering provided the structural engineering services for this renovation and rebuild project. The 60,000 SF warehouse was renovated while the existing office was demolished and rebuilt into a 27,867 SF two story office structure. Portions of the roof structure of the warehouse was shored up and protected during this process.
Lochsa Engineering provided construction documents for this six story, steel framed building. This 8,7500 SF project utilizes a braced frame lateral elevator/stair core in place of the conventional concrete core for an economical design.