Dibble CM is providing construction administration and inspections services for this road widening project that includes storm drain improvements, roadway, signing and striping, utility coordination, traffic control and public information and relations. This section from Peoria to Cactus features dual through lanes, dedicated turn lanes, addition of raised medians, bicycle lanes, waterline installation, new sidewalk and new lighting. Public relations and access challenges for area businesses and residences are a continual effort by our team.
Dibble CM is providing construction management and inspection services for one of Peoria's top priority capital improvement projects in 2014. The $4.7M project increases the capacity and safety along 91st Avenue between Butler Drive and Mountain View Road. Improvements include widening unimproved segments of 91st Avenue, raised landscaped medians, reclaimed water irrigation to all landscaping, new traffic signal at the intersection of 91st Avenue & Butler Drive, major storm drain improvements and water system improvements. Schedule management is crucial due to the upcoming 2015 NFL Pro Bowl and Super Bowl being hosted in nearby Glendale.
Dibble CM led the bidding process and construction for Starwood Land Ventures of this 100-lot residential community located in Maricopa County north of Phoenix. Major drainage improvements adjacent to a 404 wash were completed along with sanitary sewer, potable water, dry utilities, concrete, paving, landscape and retaining walls. Dibble CM facilitated communication between the client, design engineer, utility companies and contractor as well as management of all construction contracts with respect to schedule, budget and quality control.
This 42-lot gated residential community located in North Scottsdale was developed by AV Homes of Arizona. Dibble CM provided re-construction budgeting, scheduling and bidding services as well as construction management of all infrastructure and amenity improvements.
Dibble CM is the construction administrator on this project that moved 500,000 cubic yards of earth and placed 60,000 cubic yards of cement stabilized alluvium to create major improvements and protection of the Salt River banks in order to extend the south runway safety area.