Projects

Projects

Queen Creek Municipal Complex

DOWL was the civil engineer of record for the new Queen Creek Municipal Complex (QCMC). The QCMC completes the development of the town’s Municipal Complex by adding a 26,000-square-foot public safety building with new community chambers and a new single-story, three-bay, 13,488-square-foot fire station on approximately 18-acres. DOWL’s scope of work included design and construction administration services for the internal private roadways serving the complex, arterial roadway widening to provide a deceleration and right-turn lane, new emergency traffic signal, 2,213-foot extension of the water main, 200-foot extension of the sanitary sewer main, and the relocation of fiber optic communication lines serving the town’s internal communication system. In mid-design, DOWL was asked to break out the grading design to speed up the project schedule. As a design-build project, the contractor wanted to mobilize the subcontractors early to allow the project to start about one month ahead of the initial schedule.

DOWL’s scope of work included design and construction administration services for the internal private roadways serving the complex, arterial roadway widening to provide a deceleration and right-turn lane, new emergency traffic signal, 2,213-foot extension of the water main, 200-foot extension of the sanitary sewer main, and the relocation of fiber optic communication lines serving the town’s internal communication system.

Location

Queen Creek, Arizona

Region

Southwest

Client

Town of Queen Creek

Market

Health and Safety

Services

Commercial/Industrial Civil Design

Construction Administration

Drainage and River Systems

Survey and Mapping

Transportation Engineering

Transportation Planning

Water Supply and Wastewater