Lochsa Engineering provided full EOR services for this 11-story hotel which is currently under construction in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The first 3 floors are post-tension concrete which will be supporting the upper 7 floors of light gauge load-bearing framing.
Lochsa Engineering provided Cold Formed Steel Shop drawings and panelization services for this 87-room hotel. Lochsa worked with the Engineer of Record on the building to ensure the lateral and gravity forces were properly transferred down to the ground per the original design.
Lochsa Engineering provided structural engineering services for this 58,800 square foot hotel. The building is a multiple story, primarily wood structure, with pre-manufactured wood roof trusses, engineered wood floor joists and wood stud bearing walls.
Lochsa Engineering provided structural design for a 32-foot diameter Fleur De Lis canopy structure and new center bar. The Fleur De Lis, the focal point of the newly remodeled center bar, was constucted with a welded tube steel skeletal frame for the individual petals that cantilevered off a large central column and attached using a unique steel hub connection plate.
The 167,000-square-foot casino resort is designed with a variety of amenities to draw customers — a 300-room hotel in a 15-story tower to capitalize on the views, a 500-seat event center, buffet and gourmet restaurants, a coffee shop/café and a central bar.
Caesars Entertainment is redefining the iconic Las Vegas skyline with The Linq, and open-air retail, dining, and entertainment district. The area is anchored by the world's tallest observation wheel, known as the High Roller.
This 25,000 square foot exhibit located on the 4th floor Attractions Level of the Luxor Hotel & Casino gives each visitor the opportunity to become a passenger and sail with the Titanic on her ill-fated maiden voyage. The story of the doomed luxury liner comes to life through authentic artifacts, dramatic recreations and hands-on interactive experiences. The crown jewel of the Luxor exhib
Unveiled for the first time in its nationally televised debut during MTV’s 2007 Music Awards, the Pearl concert hall inside the 703-room Palms Casino Resort is about as cool as they come. The three-tier, crescent-shaped theater boasts 18 private and semi-private skyboxes, nine public bars, two VIP lounges, dressing rooms and backstage areas.
For years, Las Vegas has welcomed some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. However, never before have any of those acts been given the opportunity to perform at such a state-of-the-art and innovative concert venue like the new Joint. With a capacity of over 4,000 and an innovative sound and lighting system, the new concert facility is one of the most sophisticated, intimate, a