Rawhide Wash Bridge

Hunter Contracting Co. constructed the Rawhide Wash Bridge, including a temporary outfall structure located immediately north of Silverstone Drive on Scottsdale Road. Work included utility relocations of sewer, water, and other privately-owned dry utilities from 450 feet north of Pinnacle Peak Road to Adobe Drive to accommodate the bridge structure. Public art was a component of this project through the City's Scottsdale Public Art program.

Client:
City of Scottsdale
Completion:
December 2014
Delivery Method:
CMAR
Design Engineer:
Wood Patel & Associates
Cost:
$9.6M
  • Art feature
  • Asphalt concrete pavement, curb, gutter, and sidewalk
    (saw cut, removal, and installation)
  • Bridge (excavation, backfill, and steel reinforcement)
  • Handrail
  • Install signs
  • Landscape restoration
  • Retaining wall
  • Storm drain
  • Structural concrete
  • Subgrade preparation
  • Underground utilities