The December 2002 Las Vegas opening marked the 21st U.S. store for the San Jose, California based electronics retailer. The approximately 155,000 square foot facility includes nearly 70,000 products ranging from televisions and computers to large appliances such as washers, dryers and refrigerators.
With limited site and schedule constraints, this 2.8 million square foot, multi-use facility provided many challenges and many more opportunities for creative, collaborative solutions by members of the design-build team. A unique combination of precast concrete and structural steel framing produced an economic design solution that could be erected quickly with a minimal construction lay down a
The Eastside Cannery Hotel & Casino features a 16-story, 280,000 square foot tower and 250,000 square foot low-rise reminiscent of early 20th century buildings of the industrial age. With its unique structural steel saw tooth roofline, the 210-foot tall tower offers 307 hotel rooms and a restaurant at the 16th level featuring spectacular panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline.
The Forum Shops represents one of the most elaborate, detailed themed properties in the country. The 304,000 square foot, Phase 3 Expansion is complementary to the existing Caesars Palace motif – architectural elements of ancient Rome dating between 300 B.C.
The Forum Shops represents one of the most elaborate, detailed themed properties in the country. The 304,000 square foot, Phase 3 Expansion is complementary to the existing Caesars Palace motif – architectural elements of ancient Rome dating between 300 B.C. and 300 A.D.
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.
This 11-megawatt methane gas powered plant atop the Apex Regional Landfill, about 19 miles northeast of Las Vegas, will use landfill gas extracted from a series of wells at the landfill in a state-of-the-art turbine-generator to make renewable electricity for NV Energy customers. The 2,200-acre Apex waste repository is the country’s largest landfill, with the capacity to safely store Southern
Lochsa Engineering provided traffic engineering design services for the expansion of Frank Sinatra Drive between Harmon Avenue and Rue De Monte Carlo to meet the capacity demands on the roadway due to the City Center project.
This transit center is located in downtown Las Vegas and serves as the flagship terminal for the regional bus system. The 20,000 square foot building was constructed in part with ARRA and FTA funds and received the Certified LEED Platinum. The site has 16 on-site vehicle bays, 100 bicycle racks, a bike shop, and reserved parking for hybrid vehicles.
Serving the employees of the Bellagio Resort and City Center, the Bellagio employee parking garage consists of 5,160 parking spacing in a 10 story structure. The parking structure served as a replacement for the existing parking lot that was used for development of the City Center project.