Greenfield and Chandler
Heights Improvements

This multi-phased project had five GMPs that included two major intersection improvements and three and a half miles of new roadway, including the widening of Greenfield and Chandler Heights Road to a five-lane minor arterial roadway. The project also included extensive relocation and replacement of RWCD irrigation ditch with pipe and structures, relocation of dry and wet utilities, Flood Control District permit coordination, major utility coordination for crossings through the East Maricopa Floodway, main irrigation canal relocations, and 1,400 linear feet of cast-in-place arch culvert, water, sewer, storm drain, reclaimed water, and landscape construction. Additionally, Hunter realigned portions of Greenfield Road and widened the bridge across the East Maricopa Floodway on Chandler Heights Road. Special attention was placed on matching existing improvements and minimizing overhead utility relocations to reduce project costs and stay within the town’s budget.

Client:
Town of Gilbert
Completion:
December 2011
Delivery Method:
CMAR
Design Engineer:
Wood Patel & Associates
Cost:
$22.15M
  • 1,400 linear feet of cast-in-place arch culvert, water, sewer, storm drain, reclaimed water, and landscape construction
  • 3.5 miles of new roadway
  • Concrete work
  • Demolition and removals
  • Earthwork
  • Flood Control District permit coordination
  • Greenfield and Chandler Heights Road widening to a 5-lane minor arterial roadway
  • Landscape and irrigation
  • Main irrigation canal relocations
  • Paving
  • Pavement markings
  • Private irrigation
  • RWCD irrigation ditch with pipe and structures relocation and replacement
  • Signage
  • Signals and lighting
  • Storm drainage
  • Utility coordination and relocations

AWARD

American Council Of Engineering Companies (ACEC)

ACEC Engineering Excellence Honor Award 2013