Novus Innovation Corridor (CMAR)

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Nocus Innovation Corridor (CMAR)

Catellus

(Tempe, AZ)       June 2019 – ongoing              $2.4M

Catellus Development Corporation

Project Overview:  The Novus Innovation Corridor is a mixed-use development project that consists of approximately 8 million square feet of low to high rise office space, multi-family development, hotels, and retail space. This multi-phased project consists of 4 separate GMP’s that includes the infrastructure and reconstruction of mixed-use development located adjacent ASU Tempe Campus. Work consists of reconstructing the 6th Street and Packard Drive and segments of University Drive and Rural Road on the ASU Campus in Tempe. DCS cut into an existing waterline, including new fire hydrants and services, while keeping the existing waterline operational. The project is unique in that DCS encountered many unmarked, abandoned, and unknown utilities, which resulted in design collaborations with the engineer and City Inspectors. DCS installed new water, storm drain, reclaimed water, and fire line utilities. Our extensive pre-construction planning allowed for a streamlined construction phase with no delays due to utility conflicts while also providing minimal disruption to stakeholders while maintaining access to the ASU campus.

Frye Road Improvements

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Frye Road Improvements

City of Chandler

August 2017 – March 2018

$1.1 Million

Project Overview:  This .5 mile roadway improvement project extended Frye Road from Roosevelt Avenue to Kyrene Road. Scope of work included a single barrel box culvert at the SRP Gila Drain which required the design and installation of a bypass system to construct the box culvert without dry-up conditions.  Key details included asphalt paving, concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk, storm drain facilities, street lights and landscape improvements and realignment of the Gila Drain.

Aloravita

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Aloravita Blvd Infrastructure Improvements & Jomax Road Widening

City of Peoria

May 2017 – September 2017

$3.3 Million

Project Overview:  This roadway and utility improvement project included a half mile widening of Jomax Road from a single lane of travel each direction to two lanes each direction with a flush median as well as the civil infrastructure for Aloravita, a 263 lot master planned community in Peoria . Scope of work included new sewer, water, dry utilities, asphalt paving, concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk, ADA ramps, storm drain, street lights and landscape improvements.

Eastmark – Roadway Improvements

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Eastmark – Phase VIII Roadway Improvements    

DMB Mesa Proving Grounds LLC

August 2017 – July 2018

$6 Million

Project Overview:  This project consisted of 3 newly constructed roadways, Copernicus, Point Twenty-Two Boulevard and Inspirian Parkway totaling one mile in total length.  Scope of work included a concrete arch culvert pedestrian underpass, asphalt paving, concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk, storm drain facilities, street lights, landscape improvements and traffic signals.

Higley and Baseline Intersection Improvements

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Year: 2012 – 2013
  • $2.6 Million
  • Project Overview: This project consisted of widening 1.5 miles of Higley and Baseline Roads. Work included removals, grading, paving 20,857 SY, concrete curb and gutter, water, 4,883 LF of 15” sewer, storm drain, microseal, 1,470 LF of 36” Roosevelt Water Conservation District (RWCD) irrigation and structures, SRP, street lights, traffic signal relocation, and landscaping.

The Rhythm

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Mattamy Homes
  • April 2016 – Ongoing
  • $2,270,062
  • Project Overview: On this project, Mattamy Homes has selected DCS to be the general contractor for all offsite improvements on both Orchid Lane and Priest Drive, which include wet utility tie-ins, an overhead electrical conversion, and surface work tie-ins. Onsite work consist of more than 25,760 LF of underground utilities in sizes ranging from 3″ to 24″ in materials ranging from ductile iron pipe to vitrified clay pipe, along with a 96″ corrugated metal pipe underground retention system. Surface work includes more than 30,854 SY of asphalt pavement along with all signage, striping, and adjustment.

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.

The Parks Parcel A&B

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Meritage Homes
  • February 2016 – June 2016
  • $1,230,947
  • Project Overview: DCS self-performed all underground wet utilities for The Parks development. This work included the installation of more than 15,464 LF of water mains ranging in size from 6” to 16”, along with the installation of more than 10,555 LF of sewer mains ranging in size from 8” to 12”, as well as connecting the sewer main to an existing lift station.

Tiger Mountain Drive and Victory Blvd

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • DMB Associates, Inc.
  • March 2016 – Ongoing
  • $1,519,400
  • Project Overview: This project for DMB is the construction of two arterial roadways, which lead up to the newly constructed clubhouse located in the master community of Verrado. DCS is the general contractor for this project, and the scope of work includes the installation of two new arterial roadways, a double barrel 10’x8′ box culvert, dry utility installation, storm drain installation, and APS work along Indian School Road.

Eastmark Phase V Roadway and Traffic Signal Improvements

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • DMB Mesa Proving Grounds LLC
  • December 2015 – Ongoing
  • $1,160,666
  • Project Overview: DCS is the general contractor on this project which includes the construction of a new arterial roadway leading into the master community Eastmark. DCS self preformed over 75% of the work and subcontracted out the remaining scopes such as traffic signal improvements, landscaping and traffic control. On this project DCS installed over 972 LF of a 16” ductile iron pipe waterline along with over 10,938 SY of asphalt pavement.