Dibble provided civil design services for this 200,000 square foot 24-bed facility with expansion capacity for up to 82 beds. The civil design included preliminary grading design and street layout for the entire site to ensure that is accommodates future expansion. Dibble designed the water, sewer, and storm drain utilities as well as coordination of the gas service and the electric and communication duct banks, and designed a traffic signal at the entrance on Ironwood.
This project includes a 97,000 square foot expansion of the Cancer Center. Dibble designed the site, drainage and utility modifications. In addition, the drainage and storm water management for the expansion was integrated into the existing campus infrastructure.
Dibble provided site, grading and drainage, water, sewer, storm drain, and fire protection plans for a 300,000 square foot, 100-bed hospital located on a 30-acre site. The design also included parking areas to accommodate 860 vehicles in the first phase.
The Phoenix Biomedical Campus (PBC) is a 28-acre development area in downtown Phoenix. The campus provides education, research, and services for the biomedical field and it currently includes the Translational Genomics Research Institute Building (TGEN), Arizona Biomedical Collaborative 1 Building (ABC-1), University of Arizona College of Medicine, and the Phoenix Union BioScience High School. The Health Sciences Education Building (HSEB), Vivarium research building, and Arizona Cancer are currently under design and construction. Planned build-out through 2020 includes additional research buildings, medical clinics, a hospital, and two parking garages. Dibble has provided civil engineering services on the campus for utility master planning, TGEN, ABC-1, College of Medicine, Health Sciences Education Building (HSEB), Vivarium, and the Arizona Cancer Center.
Professional photos taken by Bill Timmerman, courtesy of SmithGroupJJR.
Dibble provided the design for site elements for the Thomas W. Keating Bioresearch Building and the Medical Research Building, which share a site on the University of Arizona campus. The site was master-planned to accommodate the expansion of both buildings. The result of these projects provides the University with a valuable research and laboratory facilities, while establishing a major pedestrian corridor of peaceful courtyards and quality landscaped open spaces.