Services in Las Vegas, Nevada
DH Glabe & Associates provides construction and structural engineering services throughout the Silver State of Nevada. This includes engineering for commercial, industrial, heavy civil, and Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) projects. DH Glabe & Associates services all the areas throughout Nevada including Las Vegas, Boulder City, Henderson, Mesquite, Sunrise Manor and Laughlin.
DHG has worked on several jobs throughout southern Nevada, including the following select projects:
Scaffolding Engineering – MGM Grand Hotel Duct Installation
Scaffolding Engineering – MGM Grand Hotel Duct Installation Project with Safe Rite Platforms in Las Vegas, Nevada: design and engineering of a hanging scaffold built from the proprietary Safedeck system for the installation of a new duct system. Work included structural analysis of the existing ceiling structural members, maximizing spacing between hoist connections, and maximizing truss spacing for the access platform.
Fall Protection Engineering – Gulfstream Hangar Improvement
Fall Protection Engineering – Gulfstream Hangar Improvement Project with Lighthouse Safety in Las Vegas, Nevada: engineering of a post-installed horizontal lifeline system attached to the existing hangar ceiling. Work included engineering structural analysis of the existing ceiling, design of anchor points and structural connections.
Scaffolding Engineering – Skyvue Development
Scaffolding Engineering – Skyvue Development Project with Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services in Las Vegas, Nevada: engineering analysis of an existing scaffold stair tower. Work included drawing review, site assessment, and suggested design for various scaffold components.
In the southern region of the state, on the border of Nevada and Arizona, you can find the famous Hoover Dam, named after President Herbert Hoover. This substantial concrete arch-gravity dam measures 726.4 feet in height, 1,244 feet across, and 45-660 feet in width from crest to base. Today, the massive dam provides around 4.2 billion kilowatt-hours worth of power to Nevada, Arizona, and California. It is also a major tourist attraction with nearly one million visitors each year.
3773 Howard Hughes Parkway, South Tower, STE 500, Las Vegas, NV 89169