Hunter Engineering performed the Civil Engineering and Land Surveying for multiple Main Event Entertainment Center projects throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area including Tempe and Avondale. Design elements include feasibility services, grading and drainage plans, sanitary sewer systems, water systems, off-site road designs and site planning.
Hunter Engineering performed the Civil Engineering and Construction Staking for an approximately 300-acre Private Raceway/Motorsports Club. The project consisted of two different connected track, private garages, clubhouse, karting area, wetted drift area, helicopter pad, septic system, fire suppression pond and a private well with a water treatment facility. The site was bisected by an existing substantial natural wash that was integrated into the racetrack design.
Hunter Engineering performed the civil engineering and land surveying this 46-acre development that includes approximately 120,000sq.ft. of buildings with associated infrastructure improvements. This project also includes approximately 2 miles of public walkways and multi-use trail that runs along the south side of Farrell Road from Hwy 347 to Narcia Road. In addition to the paving plans and infrastructure, this project included a master drainage study, master utility infrastructure plan, the design of the Central Plant improvements and the expansion of the existing Casino parking facility and entry circulation improvements.
This projects scope includes the civil design for the aquarium facility, retail shops, restaurants and a hotel pad within the SRP-MIC Indian Community. Infrastructure improvements include new roadways, deceleration lanes, turn lanes, storm drain design, public sewer lines and public waterlines. The design also included a master drainage analysis for a regional channel which outfalls into an ADOT channel adjacent to the site.
This projects scope includes the site planning and civil design for new phases within the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park. Zoo and Aquarium improvements included new animal attraction buildings, pedestrian walkways and animal exhibits and habitats. Site planning was provided for multiple phases within the park along with civil construction documents and a drainage study for the new improvements. All plans and reports were submitted and permits coordinated through Maricopa County Planning and Zoning.