Our expert team exercises due diligence when developing the approach for a project. We identify key resources and barriers for each community, then work with the project team to develop appropriate scope and impact. We review contract requirements for reporting means and methods. We evaluate progress of awards and payments and review certified payroll reports. Our team has extensive experience with U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Housing and Urban Development, and local program requirements.
Matthew Henson/Henson Village
The Matthew Henson HOPE VI Redevelopment is located on 26 acres in Phoenix’s Central City South Neighborhood. The City of Phoenix received a $35 Million HUD HOPE VI grant in 2001 to rebuild the severely distressed housing project originally constructed in the early 1940s. 356 of the 372 previous units were demolished and the remaining 16 units were rehabilitated to preserve the area’s historic nature and are used for space to provide social services.
Affordable public housign project providing 42 one, two, and three bedroom units with various amenities owned and managed by Public Housing Authority.
Apache ASL Trails
Apache ASL Trails protects and preserves affordable housing for low- and moderate-income households. They achieve their vision by providing asset management services and forming partnerships with other organizations to develop affordable housing.
Phoenix Sky Harbor Sky Train Stage 1A
Phase 1A is a design-build contract to complete the train systems from Terminal 4 to Terminal 3. This included an additional 1.2 miles of guideway.
Phoenix Sky Harbor Sky Train Stage 1
The project scope of Phase 1 included concrete for 3.2 miles of running surfaces, steel guide beam for guidance and all electrical work necessary for the operation of the automated train system.
Ocotillo Road Bridge Improvements
Improvements included utility and roadway crossings of the Union Pacific Railroad, a bridge widening over SRP’s Consolidated Canal, construction of a designated flushing assembly for a 24” water transmission main, construction of a PRV, installation of 12” reclaimed waterline, new waterline connections, private irrigation canals and pipes, extension of a 12” sanitary sewer main and laterals, and a 30” storm drain system with catch basins to handle street drainage.
North Scottsdale Park & Ride
North Scottsdale Park-and-Ride is located on a 5.8-acre reclaimed site south of Scottsdale Airport at the end of an active runway and provides unique amenities for all users. The facility provides 450 parking spaces (some covered with solar panels), a passenger loading platform with custom shelters, and pedestrian linkages to the site.