Lochsa Engineering provided structural engineering design and construction services for the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino North Garage in Las Vegas. This eight-story garage was designed as a concrete moment frame structure with concrete columns and 5-inch thick concrete post-tensioned slabs. The corner of the garage extended over an existing 64’-0” wide box culvert. Special consideration and de
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 1.2 million square foot development, located near the intersection of Craig Road and Interstate 15, is designed to look like an old-fashioned 1940’s cannery in appearance and theme. The Cannery Casino & Hotel has been a multi-phase development spanning the past 9 years. Design started on the original portion of the Casino/Hotel in 2001. Construction started in 2002 and the facility o
The Black Oak Casino was established by the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians. This scenic property features a 22,000 square foot casino with slots, table games, restaurants, entertainment lounge and 24-lane bowling center.
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
The Harmon Retail Center is a 110,000 square foot retail development in a three story building located at the intersection of Harmon Boulevard at Las Vegas Boulevard. The project is unique in that access to the pedestrians is achieved not only from the ground level but by offering direct access from the adjacent pedestrian bridges over the adjacent roadways.
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.
Serving the community in the northern part of the town, the Sky view Multi-Generational Center partnered with the YMCA to provide a community meeting place and recreation center. The facility is composed of a 35,700 square foot building contained a fitness center, indoor pool, senior center, multipurpose rooms that offer a variety of programs.