Lochsa Engineering provided structural wall elevations and details for the exterior light gauge steel stud framing and provided structural plans and details for a wood framed trellis located on the second floor just west of the second floor conference room.
Lochsa Engineering provided the structural engineering for this new single-story expansion to the existing high school campus. Due to budgeting concerns, Lochsa Engineering helped develop cost effective structural engineering alternatives while working with the architect to achieve the desired appearance and functionality.
The Monastery of the Ascension is a community of Benedictine monks which has been in Southern Idaho since 1965. These Monks strive to serve the Catholic Church, and the people of southern Idaho through various ministries which include parochial work, retreats, teaching and scholarship, ecumenical activities, counseling and spiritual direction, and social service.
The Applied Technology and Innovation Center is located on the campus of the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Idaho. The 39,000sf single story building was designed to house the College’s expanding HVAC, Environmental Technology, Wind Energy, and Machine Technology programs complete with classrooms, hands-on labs, and administrative support spaces.
Lochsa designed this new school building using masonry walls and steel joists in the gym and wood bearing walls with pre-manufactured wood trusses for the roof. The completed project consisted of 8 classrooms, a library/media center, and full size gym.
With health and fitness so closely related and an aging Student Health Center in need of a major upgrade, the program for the new 185,000 square foot facility was a welcomed addition to the UNLV campus. Featuring a well-equipped gym, multi-purpose courts, futsal, natatorium, Jacuzzi, health education offices, pharmacy, fitness assessment labs, exam rooms and counseling suites, the new facility
Lochsa Engineering provided the structural engineering services for this design/build LEED educational structure. The facility consists of 39,000 SF of classrooms and includes a testing center, video classroom center, lecture hall, administrative offices, student activity offices, faculty offices, chemistry and biology labs, bookstore, coffee shop, and deli.
This 262,000 SF, two story high school includes a gymnasium, auditorium, cafeteria, classroom space, and other associated areas with typical high school facilities. The facility houses 1,800 students on a daily basis.
Lochsa Engineering provided the complete structural engineering services for this 38,000 SF mixed-use educational facility. This steel/masonry structure has high bay areas with three bridge cranes, intricate mezzanines and elaborate canopies. The structural system consists of masonry stem walls, steel moment frames and steel framed roofs and floors. The building caters to vo-tech training su