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Through ADOT with Federal funding, the City of Avondale was able to complete the Multi-Use Path along the Agua Fria River (and under Interstate 10) from Van Buren Street to Freedom Park. The project was bid through ADOT’s Contracts and Specs department and DBA was the lowest responsible bidder. Construction began last week with the beginning of a new soil cement abutment wall. The project is expected to be completed near the end of summer 2020.
The southwest corner of Rural Road and Southern Avenue in Tempe is home to a major City recreational complex that includes the Tempe History Museum, the Pyle Adult Recreation Center, the Edna Vihel Arts Center, and other community facilities, including the Tempe Public Library. Many City residents utilize these facilities with the help of public transportation.
Submitting the lowest responsible bid, DBA was awarded the contract to rebuild the bus pull-out area in front of the library which included:
Summer monsoons and winter rain storms have laid waste to some of the private properties along the southern end of the Gila River Indian Community near the Vee Quiva Casino. A long term solution was required which came in the form of multiple, very large retention basins placed around the toe of the hillside. Extensive earthwork along with the construction of 41 cast-in-place, concrete inlet-outlet structures, spillways and a large multi-barrel box culvert.
DBA was responsible for all of the structural concrete work on the project which was recently completed.
Providing clearing and grubbing, grading and drainage, and underground pipe installations at Litchfield Road and Broadway, DBA crews are working to help build the new 28-acre Broadway Substation for APS.
Working for the City of Scottsdale, DBA crews recently completed the concrete restoration project at the Scottsdale Community Design Studio. Located on the corner of 75th Street and Indian School, the Design Studio is a City facility that provides space for local artists and artisans to work and display their art. The flooring within the courtyard area and under the patio was in a serious state of disrepair. Utilizing our JOC, DBA replaced broken brick and cracked concrete with multiple styles of decorative concrete, all the while delicately working around existing planters and other structures.
DBA crews are quickly moving along on the rehabilitation of the I-40 bridges near Winslow over the Little Colorado River. One of the repair elements included concrete repairs of the deteriorated bridge piers.
After completing the 53 miles of right-of-way clearing and grubbing for a new 69kV transmission line near San Angelo, Texas, DBA crews returned a week ago to begin the effort to re-seed the 100′ swath for all 53 miles. Once completed, in San Angelo, crews will mobilize to the 39.2 miles section near Uvalde, Texas.
Under a design-bid-build contract with the City of Tempe, and amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, DBA Construction crews are moving along with the ADA improvements to the new Bus Pull-Out in front of the Tempe Library.
Located on the corner of Rural and Southern, the project required demolition of the existing bus bay including the sawcut and removal of AC paving and new construction of concrete curb, driveway, scuppers and valley gutter. Additionally, the original asphalt bus bay was replaced with PCCP. Underground utilities were relocated and new landscaping and irrigation lines were installed, as well as new site lighting.