LAND DEVELOPMENT

Justice / Corrections

Dibble has provided planning, design, and construction administration for jail master plans, prisons, police departments and courthouses. Our understanding of the infrastructure needs associated with these project are incorporated into the grading and drainage, site improvement, parking, stormwater management, and utility designs to ensure that the various needs of these projects are met.

  • LOCATION » Surprise, AZ
  • OWNER » Maricopa County
  • ARCHITECT » Arrington Watkins
Dibble provided civil engineering services for this Design-Build project on a 9-acre site. This project encompasses 36,000 square feet of courts, judicial suites, and administrative space. The civil design elements included site, grading and retention, access roads and parking, site utilities, and planning to accommodate a future building expansion. Construction was completed while maintaining access and operation of the existing court facility, ultimately tying the existing and new buildings together to create a unified facility.
  • LOCATION » Arizona Statewide
  • OWNER » Arizona Department of Correction
  • ARCHITECT » Arrington Watkins Architects
Dibble provided survey and civil engineering services for new prison facilities at the prison complexes in Perryville, Tucson and Yuma that added 4,000 inmate beds to the State of Arizona prison system. The project included a study phase to determine the facility needs and a design phase for the improvements at each complex. The design of these projects was expedited to meet the required construction and occupancy schedule of the facilities.
  • LOCATION » Indian Springs, NV
  • OWNER » Nevada State Public Works
  • ARCHITECT » Arrington Watkins Architects
Dibble provided aerial mapping, civil design and construction administration services during Phases IV and V of this project. The expansion encompasses approximately 15 acres and included incorporating two more buildings, extending utilities to the two new buildings, and updating the grading and drainage plans to accommodate the new buildings. The design work included working with the architect and owner to establish a site/circulation plan, preparing site grading and drainage plans, and preparing utility and utility relocation plans.