Inn at 5th, Eugene, OR
This new 5-story structure is Eugene’s first downtown hotel to be constructed in 28 years. Hohbach-lewin is particularly pleased to provide full structural engineering design services for this new hotel as our Eugene branch office is located in the historic and iconic fifth street market which is located immediately adjacent to the hotel.
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Pillar Point Harbor Village, Half Moon Bay, CA
Hohbach-Lewin collaborated with architectural firm Jacobsen & Associates to design the 90,000 sf 3-story Oceano Hotel Building and a 50,000 sf retail mall. The Retail Center includes a large atrium skylight and the Hotel’s structure was designed entirely in light gauge steel.
Silver Oak Cellars, Oakville, CA
Hohbach-Lewin provided structural engineering services for the new Hospitality, Administration, and Production Buildings at Silver Oak Cellars in Oakville. The Hospitality building, flanked by the winery’s iconic historic water tower, features exposed mortise and tenon timber framing at the interior and an exterior finish of hand quarried limestone reclaimed from a 19th century flour mill. The project employed a variety of structural materials and systems ranging from long span steel bents, to concrete tilt up walls. One of the biggest structural engineering challenges was coordinating the mortise and tenon timber roofing design and the stone veneer clad masonry wall with modern seismic design requirements while maintaining a traditional appearance.
Rainforest Café, Anaheim, CA
Hohbach-Lewin provided structural engineering design for Rainforest Café’s flagship restaurant. This 30,000 SF two-story, steel framed building over one level of sub grade parking included designs for rainforest themed features. It is the rare project indeed that calls for the design of structural support for interior waterfalls and simulated robotic gorilla perches!
The Harvest Inn, Napa, CA
The Harvest Inn, a collection of charming brick and wood lodgings, is a Napa Valley retreat located in St. Helena, in close proximity to premium wineries. The country estate-style accommodations are spread over eight acres of gorgeously landscaped gardens. The 74 guest rooms feature hand-crafted fireplaces and intricate woodwork.
Extended Stay Hotels, Northern California
Hohbach-Lewin, Inc. provided structural design for this national hotel chain’s site adapted pro-typical hotel designs at several northern California sites. The structures consisted of wood framed, Type V construction founded on continuous, conventionally reinforced strip footings. The project architect was MCG Architecture out of San Francisco.