Dibble completed the site civil elements for the design of a new Public Safety Facility on 3.5 acres on the Estrella Mountain Community College Campus. The facility serves the City of Avondale Fire and Police Departments, Southwest Ambulance, and EMCC security. Civil improvements included on-site horizontal and vertical design, extension of approximately 1,500 linear feet of on-site sewer, and grading and drainage analysis. The facility provides a full service police substation, two EMCC classrooms, appropriate space to support EMCC campus security functions, and shell space for a future fire station that includes living space for on-duty fire crews, enclosed bays/garages for fire apparatus and space to house an ambulance and crew. The project is a joint effort between the City of Avondale and Estrella Mountain Community College.
Dibble provided civil design and construction administration for the site work and infrastructure of the 32,000 square foot government complex on a 2.5-acre site. The new facility houses the Town of Fountain Hills Council Chambers, the Town Municipal Court, administrative staff, the Departments of Public Works and Parks and Recreation, and a Maricopa County Sheriff's office substation.
Dibble provided civil engineering design and construction administration services for the new 22,000 square foot police precinct. Special consideration was given early in the project design when considering the layout of the site. Since this is an active Police Station located within a community park, consideration was given to how the police will exit the facility in emergency situations while maintaining the safety of those within the park. In order to accomplish this, a police only access drive was designed to provide access to El Mirage Road without having to drive through the public parking lot and access road. Future building expansion was incorporated into the site layout and grading design. To maximize the available funds for the project, Dibble's design involved a balanced site to eliminate import or export of material.
Dibble designed the site civil elements and provided construction administration services for the new 120,000 square foot Chandler City Hall. Services for this CMAR project included a topographic survey, replat, traffic study, and civil site design including grading and drainage, new utility service lines, and utility relocations. The site included a new office tower, City Council chambers, an art gallery, and a parking garage with attached office space. The project is LEED Gold Certified.
Dibble provided civil engineering services for this 30,000 square foot Design-Build project located on a portion of the 13-acre Town Hall site. Civil design services for this facility included survey, drainage and utility master plans, site design, and construction administration. A new pedestrian plaza provides a connection to the existing Town Hall building. Additional parking facilities were designed for both staff and visitors. Multiple provisions were made for a future expansion to the building, the immediate site, and the remaining property.
Dibble provided civil engineering services for the Design-Build, master planned facility located on a 60-acre site. The project included City Hall, a City Police Facility, and a Courts Building.
This project won "Best Design-Build Project of 2004" by Southwest Contractor Magazine, and first place in Architectural Innovation in the "Best of the West" Awards by WESTMARC.