Riggs Road

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Town of Queen Creek
  • Queen Creek, Arizona
  • May 2018 – June 2019
  • $10,600,000
  • Project Overview: This multiphased project consisted of improvements of Riggs Rd. from Crismon Rd. to Meridian Rd as well as the reconfiguration of the Rittenhouse Rd/Gary Rd/Riggs Rd Intersection at the union Pacific Railroad. Key scope items include 24″ and 36″ Jack and Bore under UPRR, 3 miles of Asphalt Paving, 90,000+ SY of lime treated subbase, 4 miles of utility installation including water, sewer, storm drain/irrigation, landscape, street lights and traffic signals.

Cove at Palm Valley

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Mattamy Homes
  • March 2016 – Ongoing
  • $503,390
  • Project Overview: On this small community project, Mattamy was able to contract DCS in a turnkey approach to self-perform the grading, wet utilities, concrete, and paving. This project also includes the removal of an existing underground culvert and replacing it with an upsized culvert to help control flooding of the existing roadway during heavy storms.

Belmont Estates

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Ashton Woods
  • Year: 2013-2014
  • $1.66 million
  • Project Overview: Belmont is a 91-lot community located in South Chandler on Gilbert Road between Queen Creek and Ocotillo Roads. DCS performed mass excavation, domestic water, reclaimed water, sewer, & RWCD irrigation installations. The project included 113,506 CY of excavation, 60,000 CY of mass excavation, and 165,614 SY of finish grading. The mass excavation scope proved to be a challenge due to the fact that the site was previously an abandoned dairy. DCS worked closely with the geotechnical engineer during the grading process to make sure that the materials were processed and compacted to meet and/or exceed geotechnical requirements.

27th Avenue and Southern Storm Drain Project

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Year: 2009 – 2010
  • $5.21 million
  • Project Overview: This project consisted of widening 2 miles of Southern Avenue from 19th Avenue to 31st Avenue. The work consisted of grading, paving, removals, concrete, water, sewer, storm drain, micro seal, private irrigation, street lights, traffic signals, and landscaping. DCS self-performed more than 75% of the work, which included 8,800 LF of 60” and 24” storm drain pipe along with in excess of 21,000 tons of asphalt.

Continuum – North Ellis and Mockingbird CMAR

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Southwest Value Partners
  • April 2017 – February 2018
  • $2,226,298.00
  • Project Overview: As the General Contractor, DCS self-performed 71% of the contract value and partnered with key subcontractor to complete the landscaping and street lighting. This full roadway improvements project included almost 1 mile of infrastructure improvements including grading, paving, decorative concrete, dry utilities, SRP Irrigation, water main, sewer main,reclaimed water main, landscaping, striping, street lighting and signage. Also included installation of 12” and 16” water mains and 1,700LF of SRP irrigation piping and structures. The project was built in two phases to expedite the SRP scope to allow construction to take place during a dry-up.