Northwest Valley Transportation
When the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) invested $12 billion to bring their semiconductor plant to Phoenix, Hunter Contracting Co. (Hunter) was selected to provide and manage the construction services on an expedited schedule. Hunter delivered nearly four miles of arterial streets, including asphalt, curb, gutter, sidewalk, drainage facilities, streetlights, and landscaping to support ingress and egress to the future TSMC site and surrounding region.
Hunter led the extensive Project scheduling, communication, and coordination efforts with more than 16 third-party stakeholders, including Kimley-Horn, Southwest Gas, City of Phoenix water and sewer, Cox, Lumen, ASLD, ADOT, and various subcontractors. Even on an accelerated construction schedule, work included full roadway build-out, 26,000 LF of storm drainpipe, 160,000 CY of fill, and 30,000 CY drainage excavation. This coordination enabled the project to meet the required timeframe and was one of the greatest accomplishments in this Project's successful completion.
Client:City of Phoenix
- 22,760 linear feet of storm drainpipe
- Cement-treated aggregate base (CTB)
- Collaboration with over 16 entities and subcontractors
- Expedited schedule, completed in record time
- Landscaping, including plant and tree salvage
- Outlet and inlet wing walls and aprons
- Reconfiguration of ADOT interchange
- Roadway surface improvements and concrete flatwork
- Subgrade earthwork and drainage improvements
- Underground utilities