Lochsa Engineering provided civil and structural engineering design and construction services for a 47-story luxury high-rise condominium tower and spa. The 599 condominium suite structure features a 5-story podium below the tower consisting of two parking levels with 262 stalls, a valet area, office space, meeting rooms and a 50,000 square foot pool and spa on the 5th level, all integrated wi
Owned by the Pala Band of Mission Indians, the Pala Casino is California's first casino to offer all the elements of a real Las Vegas-style facility. Located in northern San Diego County overlooking Pala Lake and surrounding mountains, the project features a 185,000 square foot gaming facility and a 532,000 square foot parking garage.
This two-building complex was created by utilizing common concrete tilt-up panels as the major building component and highlighting them in a unique and creative perspective. The exterior concrete panels range in size, intersect each other at different angles, come through exterior walls and are painted five different desert colors, creating a consistent and contemporary appearance. The entran
In 2007, the Hard Rock Las Vegas decided to expand its already successful facility with the addition of two new hotel towers, a parking garage and an extension of the casino low rise. To accommodate the building expansion an existing open-flow channel on the south portion of the site had to be replaced with a mild reinforced, cast-in-place concrete box culvert that would link up with an existi
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
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