Project Overview: The Motley is a high-rise apartment complex with commercial retail on the floor level. DCS performed demolition, sewer, water, storm drain, concrete, and paving for this project. The Motley project consisted of demolishing 2,914 LF of existing underground utilities, followed by the installation of 3,748 LF of new mainline utilities along with a complex underground storm water-retention system.
Project Overview: These projects are located in the master-planned community of Pebble Creek. DCS was contracted to provide finished lots ready to go vertical. This turnkey approach is a solution we offer to our clients to alleviate the hassle of hiring multiple subcontractors. DCS self-performed the grading, sewer, water, storm drain, concrete, and paving for this project, which included more than 13,808 LF of sewer, water, and storm drain in conjunction with 13,160 LF of curb and gutter.
Project Overview: This project was a 236-lot subdivision located on the corner of Cactus Road and 145th Avenue. Marley Park Parcels 17 and 18 was a turnkey project. DCS was contracted to complete all aspects of construction from start to finish. Major scope items included more than 22,000 LF of sewer, water, irrigation, and storm drainpipe ranging in sizes from 6” to 30”, along with 33,362 SY of asphalt paving, theme walls, dry utilities, and concrete.
This project consists of widening Higley Road from the SanTan 202 Freeway to Mesquite Street, from two lanes to four lanes, complete with a median. Major scopes of work include Salt River Project (SRP) overhead conversion as well as Roosevelt Water Conservation District (RWCD) ditch tiling. DCS self-performed 77% of the project. Scope includes grading, 17,209 tons of asphalt paving, concrete, water, sewer, storm drain and 2,704 LF of 15” to 36” RWCD irrigation, landscaping, slurry seal, street lighting, and traffic signals.
Project Overview: This project consisted of widening Gilbert Road from the SanTan 202 freeway to Pecos Road, from four lanes to six lanes, complete with a median and the new construction of Rivulon Boulevard. This is one of the busiest sections of Gilbert Road. It required extensive traffic control and coordination between all stakeholders including the town of Gilbert, city of Chandler, and the Arizona Department of Transportation. DCS self-performed 65% of the project. Scope included grading 7,126 tons of asphalt paving, concrete, water, sewer, storm drain, landscaping, street lighting, and traffic signals.
Project Overview: This project is located in Buckeye, AZ in the DMB Associates Community, Verrado. The site is located on Verrado Way & Market Street, just south of McDowell Road. DMB Associates is involved in 10 premier communities throughout Arizona. DCS has enjoyed having a great working relationship with DMB Associates and has had the fortunate opportunity to be a valued trade partner in close to half of the communities that DMB has developed. Whether it be performing contracted work, or providing feedback and Value Engineering, trust and communication play a vital role in our relationship with all of our client
Project Overview: Ventana Picachos is an existing subdivision in Peoria that was acquired by Shea Homes. The original developer never achieved final acceptance from the city of Peoria for the civil improvements. DCS was contracted by Shea Homes to complete the grading, riprap, and sewer repairs required for the site to achieve final acceptance from the city of Peoria and Maricopa County. The work to be completed included repairs to the existing sewer main to eliminate settlement issues, re-grading and certification of the house pads, and minor grading and riprap installation to repair storm-water facilities.
Project Overview: This project is located in Gila Bend, AZ. DCS was contracted to install 14,858 SY of riprap in various areas to prepare the site for erosion protection. Our experienced project managers were able to evaluate the scope and site conditions to come up with cost-saving value-engineering options for our client. Our team of qualified personnel and a strong relationship with the owner’s construction managers were major factors in making this project a success for all stakeholders involved.
Project Overview: This project is located at the Indian School Road crossing over the Maricopa Water District Canal at 191st Avenue in an unincorporated area of Maricopa County between the Town of Buckeye and the City of Goodyear. The work consisted of removal of the existing irrigation water facilities, existing concrete lined ditch, construction of a new 6’ by 8’ box culvert, reconstruction of water irrigation facilities, including a 36” diameter RGRCP line and .3 miles of two-lane road with signing and striping. All of this was performed while maintaining water supply during construction.