Dibble completed the civil design elements a community recreation facility on a 4.25-acre site located within the Avondale entertainment corridor and a stand-alone retail component with multiple restaurants and stores. A surface parking lot serves both the Sports Center and retail shops. The parking lot was designed with consideration of traffic prior to and after sporting events.
Located in Downtown Phoenix, Roosevelt Point development included a seven story and eight story apartment towers and a parking structure on three acres. Dibble provided civil design services for the site development. The dense development required close coordination with the City of Phoenix to assure the project met the new Downtown Urban Form code, multiple requests for variances and technical appeals were required where the project deviated from the new code. The first floor of the north building is wrapped with retail spaces, creating energy at the front of the development. The housing targets students and graduates of the nearby downtown campus of Arizona State University and the Phoenix Biomedical Campus.
Dibble completed the design and construction management of the major infrastructure for an approximate 106 acre mixed use development by Macerich located at the northeast corner of I-17 and Dove Valley Road. The scope included roadway, drainage, water, sewer, and lift station, and coordinating with adjacent developers, The success of the project was dependent upon the close coordination with the developer, adjacent developer, adjacent property owners, Arizona State Land Department, John C. Lincoln and their engineer, City of Phoenix, and the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Taylor Place is the first urban high-rise residence hall in Arizona and serves as the anchor of student life for the emerging downtown campus of Arizona State University. The two-tower, mixed-use facility features all the essentials of campus life, including convenience stores, a dining hall, and a fitness center. The 1,200 bed project has been densely developed on 1.5-acres within the downtown Phoenix central core. The project included redevelopment of the adjacent Taylor street to create a roadway that provided vehicular access but more importantly provided an enhanced pedestrian experience.
Dibble provided civil engineering services for a 22-acre site at the southeast corner of Apache Boulevard and McAllister Avenue in Tempe. Eleven modern apartment style buildings provide 1,800 student beds along with an on-site parking garage, retail space, a community center and recreational facilities including a pool with a total square footage is 850,000 square feet.