Built in 1911, the neo-classical building was commissioned by John Baptiste Yeon, a self-made lumber baron, and designed by prominent San Francisco architect firm Reid & Reid. At 15 stories it was one of Portland’s first high-rise buildings, and held the distinction of being the tallest building in Portland for 16 years after it was built.
Lochsa Engineering provided the structural engineering for this single story steel structure. This phase of work was in conjunction with the installation of the adjacent pre-manufactured steel building. The primary lateral bracing system for the building was accomplished by utilizing cable cross-bracing.
250 Columbine is situated in the heart of one of Denver's premiere neighborhoods, Cherry Creek North. Located on the block between 2nd and 3rd Avenue on Columbine Street, the mixed-use project includes retail, residential, and office space, all over two levels of underground parking.
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.
Lochsa Engineering provided the Design/Build portion for this new 110,000 SF, three story medical plaza located on a 35 acre mixed use campus.The structural steel building contains concrete slab on deck floors and two concrete core stair towers for lateral resistance.
Located along famous Las Vegas Boulevard, the distinctive appearance of this 45-story, 500-foot tall residential tower is highlighted by its unique blue glass exterior and white horizontal EIFS bands. The 405 suites ranging from 1,179 to 2,000 square feet are complimented by an integrated low rise podium that features a 700-car parking structure, three swimming pools, and over 40,000 square fe
The Forum Shops represents one of the most elaborate, detailed themed properties in the country. The 304,000 square foot, Phase 3 Expansion is complementary to the existing Caesars Palace motif – architectural elements of ancient Rome dating between 300 B.C.
The Forum Shops represents one of the most elaborate, detailed themed properties in the country. The 304,000 square foot, Phase 3 Expansion is complementary to the existing Caesars Palace motif – architectural elements of ancient Rome dating between 300 B.C. and 300 A.D.