Dibble is providing civil engineering for the renovation of the existing Sun Devil Stadium and construction of a new Student Athletic Facility. The multi-faceted renovations will be completed over three phases of construction.
Dibble was fortunate to be part of both the programming and design teams for the new $129 million project. Located on the ASU Downtown Phoenix Campus, this project is a six-story, 260,000 square foot building with two levels of underground parking. The building is designed with a dense urban development footprint on 3.6 acre site. A portion of the site was reserved to allow for future development that might further serve the ASU Center for Law & Society. The site design for the building considered the adjacent ASU campus and was designed to encourage pedestrian connectivity to the existing campus buildings.
ISTB IV is a flagship facility for researchers in the School of Earth and Space Exploration and the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Dibble provided site civil engineering services for a 240,000 square foot high-rise structure that is geared toward facilitating multi-institutional ventures. The facility was designed to accommodate sophisticated and high technology equipment that is sensitive to vibration and EMI impacts. Dibble's design scope included: working with the contractor, architect, and owner to establish a site/circulation plan; preparing grading and drainage, utility, and utility relocation plans; and abandoning and providing new utility easements. An adjacent private road was also converted into a pedestrian mall while maintaining vehicular access to the adjacent parking garage for delivery vehicles. This building achieved LEED Gold Certification.
Dibble worked with ASU and project team members to develop the last phase of the redevelopment of the plaza areas at the WP Carey School of Business at the ASU Tempe Campus. The design concept followed the previous phases, yet stands on its own and blends into the adjacent Cady Mall. Dibble prepared demolition plans and designed the vertical components of the project for proper drainage.
The 265,000 square foot Health Sciences Education Building houses classrooms, offices, and student services for the pharmacy students and medical, nursing, physical therapy, and other students in the health sciences at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus. Dibble provided civil engineering services for the 14-acre site include grading, storm drain, water and sanitary sewer improvements and coordination of gas, electrical, and communication lines on-site. This project received LEED Silver Certification.
Dibble provided civil engineering services for the expansion of the two-story College of Engineering and Natural Sciences building on two acres on Northern Arizona University campus. Site elements for this project included grading and drainage to alleviate existing drainage issues and to accommodate new improvements, site work for the building expansion, and utility coordination. The project is LEED Gold Certified.
The new 87,000 square foot building is located in the heart of the vibrant heritage district in Gilbert. Dibble provided civil engineering for the project, which features modern classrooms, testing centers, meeting spaces, and outdoor classrooms.
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.