Arizona Department of Transportation Jerome, Lake Havasu, Roper Lake State Parks

Arizona State Parks

Jerome State Park Dibble prepared design plans for the repaving of the entrance road, rock wall relocation for sight distance at US 89A intersection, and converting the main parking area into a two-tiered, looped parking lot. A 20’ tall MSE wall was designed around the main parking area to retain the parking area. A cast-in-place cantilever wall was designed to separate the two parking levels. Area lighting was designed integrally into the wall and perimeter pilasters to provide sidewalk lighting. Dibble also provided support services during construction, i.e., attendance at partnering, and pre-construction conferences, responding to questions on the plans and specifications. Evaluating requests for information changes.

Lake Havasu State Park Dibble prepared final design plans, specifications, a drainage report, and cost estimates for parking areas and boat launch facilities at the Windsor 4 area of Lake Havasu State Park. The boat launch design included drainage design, lighting, utilities, pier facilities, a boat washing facility, and parking lot design. The project provided water and sanitary sewer connections to a future bathroom facility located near the boat ramp.

Roper Lake State Park Dibble completed 1.75 miles of roadway improvements on the Roper Lake State Park Road located south of Safford on US 191. This project is part of an On-Call Statewide Project Management contract with the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and included extensive coordination with Arizona State Parks staff.


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