91st Avenue, Butler Drive to Mountain View Road

A fast track project completed just in time for the Superbowl XLIX.

Dibble designed one mile of scalloped street widening adjacent to undeveloped land. A major 60-inch diameter storm drain system was designed and coordinated with the District and the City of Peoria. Extensive utility coordination was required to tile an SRP irrigation ditch and relocate both APS and SRP 69kV/12kV poles. Dibble received recognition from Peoria for meeting an aggressive schedule, particularly with respect to the utility coordination efforts.

Many utilities, included significant underground SRP irrigation and electric, required detailed facility mapping and knowledge of the design constraints to provide a storm drain network that was constructible within the limited spaced and met the design flow requirement. Because the storm drain receives runoff from a significant offsite watershed, unique catch basins were designed to capture runoff within side streets before reaching 91st Avenue. This was a fast track project to meet the schedule for Superbowl XLIX, and Dibble succeeded in meeting that challenge.

91st Avenue under construction

Details

Client
City of Peoria

Location
Peoria, AZ

Scope
$4.7M


Project Lifecycle

Study
91st Avenue storm drain system