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Caesars Entertainment is redefining the iconic Las Vegas skyline with The Linq, an open-air retail, dining, and entertainment district. The area is anchored by the world’s tallest observation wheel, known as the High Roller. In addition to more than 200,000 SF of leasable retail space, The Linq features a contemporary streetscape and plazas connecting new entrances to the Flamingo and The Quad (formerly the Imperial Palace).


Lochsa Engineering provided structural & civil engineering services for the project which included:

  • Revitalization and enhancement of the existing Flamingo, Imperial Palace, and O’Sheas properties
  • Flour and Barley (restaurant)
  • Other two-story retail, dining, and entertainment structures
  • Development of the five-story wheel building
  • Vortex canopy structure atop the existing O’Sheas building
  • Addition of two new porte cocheres
  • New loading dock to support the Flamingo and Linq properties
  • Incorporation of new construction elements such as composite floors, structural steel, and a mix of lateral force resisting components like steel moment frames, concrete, and masonry shear walls
  • Havaianas and Sprinkles Cupcakes sign support

Lochsa Engineering also provided Structural Design and Construction Administration for the Linq’s 80,000-square-foot Brooklyn Bowl which features 32 bowling lanes, an enormous music venue and a Blue Ribbon restaurant. Brooklyn Bowl was the winner of Southern Nevada’s 2015 NAIOP Spotlight Project Honor Award (Tenant Improvements-Retail/Entertainment).

Completed: 2013

Services: Structural, Civil