About

Who We Are

Dibble Engineering provides a full range of civil engineering services to clients across Arizona and the Southwestern United States. Our broad market expertise offers the ability to deliver complete engineering solutions, from concept to closeout. Founded in 1962, our business is built on honesty, ethics, accountability, quality and service. This culture leads us to long-term client relationships, allowing us to help our clients meet today's needs and achieve tomorrow's goals.

Our mission is to provide quality, timely and value-priced consulting services beyond our clients' expectations.

Values

History

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    1962

    Ben T. Dibble founded Dibble & Associates Consulting Engineers, Inc. and became its first President.

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    1963

    City of Phoenix: 2M gallon North Mountain Reservoir (vic. 7th St. & Cheryl Dr)

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    1964

    Arizona Highway Department: I-40 Yucca Interchange, Mohave Co.

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    1965

    City of Phoenix: 27th Avenue Watermain to reservoir on South Mountain

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    1966

    City of Phoenix: Dibble provided design to extend 24th St., which previously ended at the Arizona Canal. This project provided canal bridge and roadway to Lincoln Drive.

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    1967

    City of Phoenix: Dibble provided design to extend 24th St., which previously ended at the Arizona Canal. This project provided canal bridge and roadway to Lincoln Drive. Dibble also provided design for equestrian crossings at 19th Ave., and 63rd St.

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    1968

    Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport: Asphalt Apron Terminal 2

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    1969

    Phoenix Sky Harbor Storm Drain Outfall

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    1970

    Governor Jack Williams Signing of Senate Bill No. 1. Ben Dibble (2nd from left) active on support committee.

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    1971

    Arizona State University: Gymnasium Offsite improvements required relocation of railroad track.

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    1972

    City of Phoenix: Val Vista Water Treatment Plant transmission main from Mesa to Phoenix

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    1973

    Ben Dibble(1st on right)was instrumental in bringing Annual Western Region NSPE Meeting to Phoenix.

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    1973

    Sky Harbor International Airport prior to addition of Terminal 3

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    1974

    Dibble provided control and design survey for Sky Harbor Airport Terminal 3 Expansion with some of the first electronic surveying instruments in Arizona.

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    1975

    Dibble designed portions of the I-40 Kingman Bypass, which included some of the deepest earthwork cuts in Arizona.

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    1976

    City of Phoenix: Design for pipeline construction (Jack & Bore) from Squaw Peak Water Treatment Plant to Paradise Valley

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    1979

    Lake Pleasant Access Road, SR 74 to Marina received the FHWA Bi-ennial Award for excellence in rural design.

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    1980

    Jake Doss becomes President of Dibble and Associates

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    1980

    51st Avenue, Grand Avenue, Bethany Home Road and Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad - Original Intersection improvements for crossing the railroad.

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    1982

    Arrowhead Ranch Development - Dibble provided survey, transportation and drainage master plans and Wastewater Treatment Plant for original development.

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    1983

    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport: North Runway Reconstruction

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    1984

    City of Page: New Oxidation Ditch Wastewater Treatment Plant, Design and Construction Administration

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    1987

    City of Phoenix: Tatum Boulevard, Greenway Rd. to Union Hills Dr.

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    1989

    City of Phoenix: Squaw Peak Parkway- Roadway Design at Thomas Road Traffic Interchange. This was the first major roadway project to incorporate “Percent for the Arts” into the structure and approaches.

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    1990

    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport: Terminal 4 Roadways and Utilities

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    1991

    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport: Taxiway “T” and Connecting Taxiways for new grade separated access between north and south runways

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    1994

    Richard J. Perry joined Kent M. Dibble as co-owner and President of Dibble.

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    1995

    Navajo Nation: Window Rock Airport Apron, Taxiway and Runway

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    1996

    Smucker Park

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    1997

    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport: East Economy Parking Lot and Structure

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    1998

    Design for five separate flood control basins adjacent to the CAP Canal in east Mesa for the Flood Control District of Maricopa County.

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    1999

    ADOT: SR 260 - Pine Top to Hon Dah, across National Forest and Fort Apache Reservation

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    2000

    Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGEN): Research Facility, Downtown Phoenix

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    2002

    Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport: Fire Protection Master Plan and Tank Farm Design

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    2002

    City of Mesa: Range Rider Reservoir and Pump Station wins APWA Project of the Year

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    2003

    City of Avondale: New City Center Complex

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    2003

    The City of Avondale Well 8A Pump and Storage wins APWA Project of the Year

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    2004

    City of Scottsdale: Scottsdale Road Widening, Shea Boulevard to Thompson Peak Parkway

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    2006

    Dignity Health: Mercy Gilbert Medical Center

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    2007

    Richard J. Perry named CEO and Kent M. Dibble named President of Dibble.

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    2007

    City of Phoenix: PVC Lined Concrete Sewer Rehabilitation Program

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    2008

    Town of Queen Creek: Ellsworth Loop Road around historic downtown was 4-1/2 miles of roadway, wash crossing structure and grade separation under UP Railroad for one of the largest improvement districts in Arizona.

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    2009

    Flood Control District of Maricopa County: Buckeye Area Drainage Master Plan

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    2010

    City of Phoenix: Sonoran Boulevard, 19th Ave. to 10 St. The original roadway designed through environmentally sensitive Sonoran Desert Preserve. Upon completion in 2013, this project received several awards, including: ACEC of Arizona: 2013 People's Choice Award; ACEC of Arizona: ENR Southwest Best Projects 2013 Award of Merit; 2014 National APWA Project of the Year; ASCE Region 8 Civil Engineering Award for the Project of the Year; Arizona General Contractors (AGC) Build Arizona Award, New Construction; American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Region 8, Honorable Mention

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    2011

    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport: South Runway Safety Area Improvements, including Salt River Bank relocation and protection, storm drain construction and navigational aids relocation.

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    2011

    City of Avondale: Manhole Rehabilitation

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    2011

    City of Peoria: Trunk Sewer Rehabilitation

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    2012

    City of Prescott Airport (Love Field): Runway Safety Area improvements including runway extension, major storm drain improvements and navigational aids relocation.

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    2012

    Macerich Development: Sonoran Crossing at Dove Valley Road and I-17

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    2012

    Arizona Biomedical Campus Health Science Education Building

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    2013

    Dibble Opens Tucson Office and Wins the City of Tucson Water Department's Avra Valley Transmission Route Study.

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    2013

    Kevin Perko named Tucson Office Leader.

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    2013

    El Mirage Wash Basin is completed and wins 2014 AZ APWA Structures Project of the Year.

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    2013

    Gregory P. Haggerty is named Chief Executive Officer.

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    2013

    Kevin Roberts named Principal of Marketing & Business Development

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    2013

    Robert Haneline named Drainage & Flood Control Practice Leader

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    2014

    Tim Wolfe joins Dibble as the Transportation Practice Leader, bringing 32 years of experience in project management, traffic engineering, Intelligent Transportation Systems, highway construction, operations and maintenance, including 27 years working for ADOT where he managed over 5,000 lane miles of urban freeway and oversaw the delivery of a $50M operations and maintenance budget.

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    2014

    FCDMC's Watson Drainage System Pre-Design: Dibble worked successfully with the District and the City to refine the system features proposed in the Area Drainage Master Plan to simplify complicated facility crossings and save construction costs.

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    2015

    Ellsworth Road, Ocotillo to Rittenhouse: Construction completed on the first downtown redevelopment project using the City's new standards.

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    2015

    Kent Norcross assumes leadership for the Land Development Group

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    2015

    City Mesa Val Vista Water Transmission Main: Effective planning, design and execution, coupled with strong partnerships between the City, Dibble Engineering, and the construction contractor were key to the on-time delivery of the 72-inch pipeline segment along Lindsay Road from the Val Vista Water Treatment Plant to the Lindsay Reservoir and framework establishment for future project phases.

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    2015

    City of Chandler Municipal Airport (CHD) Runway Safety Area Drainage Improvements: Successfully connected two separate complex drainage systems to solve a long-standing safety issue that involved the risk of catastrophic damage to aircraft from bird strikes including design, permitting and bidding in five months.

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    2016

    Laguna Del Mar: Dibble goes international! Dibble Engineering awarded Civil Engineering Services for the 1st phase of Laguna del Mar, a large master planned community in the City of Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point), Mexico. The initial phase is 23 acres is size, part of an 83-acre parcel.

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    2016

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    2016

    Dibble welcomes new Marketing Manager, Dana Varieur, CPSM

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    2016

    Kent M. Dibble receives ASCE's John C. Park Outstanding Civil Engineer Award, following in the footsteps of previous Dibble recipients Ben T. Dibble (1978) and Rich Perry (2000).

Leadership Profiles

Community Involvement

TAKING ACTION TO SUPPORT LOCAL NEEDS

Dibble fulfills our Vision, Mission and Values of the firm through direct community outreach. Our goals for our Community Action Team (CAT) is to encourage enhanced relationships within the community, industry and among our employees. We are proud to support a variety of organizations and help meet their immediate needs.

Community

OUR CHARITIES INCLUDE

  • Boys & Girls Clubswww
  • Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizonawww
  • Sunshine Acreswww
  • Teach for Americawww
  • Junior Achievementwww
  • American Cancer Societywww
  • Relay for Lifewww
  • Climb to Conquer Cancerwww
  • Susan G. Komen for the Curewww
  • Ronald McDonald Housewww
  • Habitat for Humanitywww
  • Cystic Fibrosis Stair Climbwww
  • Future Citieswww
  • Jet Pull at Sky Harborwww
  • Against Abusewww
  • Sky Kidswww