Lochsa Engineering is providing the civil and flood control design for the Las Vegas Valley regional master-planned flood control facility to convey the Pittman Wash tributary through the Century Steel, Inc property in the City of Henderson.
Lochsa Engineering provided the civil and flood control design for the 15-acre school site in the Mountains Edge master-planned community. The flood control design efforts included the hydrologic modeling of the watershed impacting the site and perimeter streets, hydraulic design of a system of drop inlets and storm drain to intercept and convey storm flows to the existing Le Baron Channel. T
Lochsa Engineering provided the civil and flood control design for the entire 30-acre Encore Hotel/Casino and the 140-acre Le Reve Golf Course in the heart of Las Vegas Strip. The flood control design efforts included the hydrologic modeling of the entire site and the upstream watershed, hydraulic design for a 10.0 acre-ft, two-bay, multi-use onsite detention basin within the Golf Course, and
Lochsa Engineering provided the civil and flood control design for the 20-acre condominium towers site, as well as the design of the Clark County Regional Flood Control District (CCRFCD) master-planned storm drain to intercept and convey the Blue Diamond Wash-Middle Branch through the property. The majority of the site was designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as a flood
Nathan Adelson Hospice was founded over 35 years ago following the death of Nathan Adelson. It is the only non-profit hospice in Southern Nevada, and provides hospice and palliative care to more than 350 patients each day.
This commercial aviation facility developed over three phases and is located on 70 acres of leased land within the Henderson Executive Airport. The facility contains 250,000 SF of aircraft hangar space and 35,500 SF office space. Hangars will range in size from approximately 4,000 square feet to 12,000 square feet.
This project converted a gravel access road that serviced an NV Energy turbine facility into a paved access road. The BLM called on NV Energy to improve their access road because of concerns to the native Desert Tortoise.
The project occupies a former parking lot. Demolition plans were prepare to remove existing facilities and relocate existing infrastructure. Detailed Civil design included grading the project site to match into all four sides of existing development and to channel stormwater into planter areas to be harvested for irrigation. Coordinated the site credits for LEED certification. Infrastructur