Hunter Engineering is the Civil Engineering and Land Surveying firm for this 150-acre infrastructure project. Improvements to the site included one and a half mile of public roadway improvements, one half mile of public sewer line, over one and three quarter miles of waterline, a tenth of a mile of public storm drain improvements and two hundred feet of public concrete box culverts. Coordination was required with the City of Goodyear, Arizona American Water, and the private adjacent development for water and sewer service.
Hunter Engineering performed the design and construction administration for this 64 acre commercial/industrial subdivision. Improvements included one and one quarter mile of public roadway improvements, one half mile of public sewer line improvements, one mile of public water line improvements and a quarter mile of 72” public storm drain improvements.
Hunter Engineering performed the civil engineering and land surveying for this 160-acre infrastructure development. Improvements included one and one half mile of public roadway improvements, one mile of public sewer line, over two and one half miles of waterline, an eighth of a mile of public storm drain improvements and an eight of a mile of gabion wall improvements for the Scatter Creek Wash. In addition to the design of the public improvements this project included a hillside slope analysis, 404 permit and an off-site drainage analysis for the region. Coordination was required with the City of Phoenix Development Services, Water Department and Street Transportation Department and the Corp of Engineers.
Hunter Engineering prepared and oversaw all planning aspects for this 600-acre master planned mixed use commercial/industrial development. Hunter Engineering prepared all master planning documents included master drainage plan, master street plans, master water and sewer plans, and master drainage plans for all of the arterial and collector roadways as well as parcel and phasing breakdown. Hunter Engineering worked with City staff and the client in developing a site that not only adhered to the City’s Gateway Airport Are Master Plan but also adhered to the constraints of the site.
Hunter Engineering performed the civil engineering and land surveying for this complex 290-acre infrastructure project. Hunter Engineering managed the design team and coordinated extensively with the City of Surprise, City of El Mirage, BNSF Railroad, Maricopa County Department of Transportation, Maricopa County Flood Control, the client and the contractor. The project included grading, paving, striping, drainage, public water, public reclaimed water and sewer plans. In addition to the off-site portion of the development, this project included an extensive drainage analysis for the region which included coordination with a hydrologist and revisions to existing flood plains.
Hunter Engineering was the Civil Engineering and Land Surveying firm for this 90-acre Business Park Project. The infrastructure improvements included over a mile of public roadway improvements, public sewer lines, public water lines, reclaimed water lines, storm drain and retention improvements. In addition, Hunter Engineering was the Engineer of record and the construction staking surveyor for the project.
Hunter Engineering was the Civil Engineering and Land Surveying firm for this 110-acre infrastructure development project. Improvements included one and a half miles of public roadway improvements, one mile of public sewer main, over two and a half miles of waterline, large regional retention facility public storm drain improvements, reclaimed water and permitting with multiple jurisdictions for approval. In addition, Hunter Engineering prepared engineering cost estimates, management of sub-consultants and the construction staking for the project.