Office design continues to evolve over time, responding to the needs and wants of growing companies and their employees. We spend many hours of our lives at offices where we work, conduct business or visit our doctor at medical office buildings. We considered this when we prepare designs for office buildings. As we partner with the architect to develop a superior office environment, we work diligently to extend that experience outside of the building. We also partner with landscape architects to create engaging exterior spaces and shaded areas of shade. Creative hardscape design and parking layouts further enhance the facility.

  • LOCATION » Tempe, AZ
  • ARCHITECT » SmithGroupJJR
  • COST » $10 M
The six-story Papago Gateway Center is a 260,000 SF Class A development and the first commercial biotechnology/laboratory LEED Gold certified corporate office facility in Tempe. The campus was built on a 5-acre site. Dibble provided site, utility, grading and drainage design. The project also incorporated an on-site parking structure, water reclamation system, and underground storm water retention.
  • LOCATION » Phoenix, AZ
  • COST » $104 M
Dibble provided planning, conceptual design, construction documents, permitting assistance, and limited construction administration services for the 37-acre site. The Administrative Complex includes 330,000 square feet in three new mid-rise buildings and two parking garages that, along with surface parking, provide spaces for over 4,000 vehicles.
  • LOCATION » Gilbert, AZ
  • COST » $12M
Dibble provided the civil design for the medical office building on the Mercy Gilbert Medical Center campus. Site improvements included a new building and associated parking on approximately 10 acres. Civil design included site layout; water, sewer, and fire line design; and grading and drainage design. The project required coordination with the adjacent Mercy Gilbert Medical Center project as the two share access drives, parking access, and retention. The site layout is also sensitive to the doctors' need for quick and safe access between the two facilities.