Indian Bend Road Improvements

This multiple award-winning project is located on a highly-visible and heavily-traveled road that is an access point for major retail and includes high-volume events and daily commuter traffic. This one-mile roadway improvement project was constructed while providing high-profile businesses and residential traffic access throughout the construction period. This project required the rapid mobilization of several crews while meeting a very rigid schedule. Using flexible phasing planning, Hunter Contracting Co. successfully worked through a very challenging utility relocation and an accelerated schedule that saved time for the community.

Client:
City of Scottsdale
Completion:
February 2012
Delivery Method:
CMAR
Design Engineer:
URS
Cost:
$20.05M
  • Artistic elements
  • Con-Arch™ bridge (10 cell)
  • Concrete
  • Curb and gutter
  • Drop structures
  • Enhancement to the bridge railing, bridge piers,
    abutments, and wing walls
  • Landscaping
  • Multi-use path
  • New pavement
  • Recreational areas
  • Retaining walls
  • Sidewalk
  • Signalized intersections of arterial roadway
  • Storm drain improvements
  • Underground utility improvements
  • Utility relocations
  • Widening and reconstruction of roadway from Scottsdale to Hayden Roads with modifications at both intersections

AWARDS

American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)

2010 Grand Award

Arizona Forward – Valley Forward

Valley Forward Association, Environments Excellence Awards Program Award of Merit

Southwest Contractor

Won-Best of 2010

American Public Works Asociation

APWA Public Works Project of the Year,
Transportation $5 Million – $25 Million