Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Client: Deutsch Architecture Group
Salvation Army – Herberger Center
In conjunction with Deutsch Architecture Group and Nitti Graycor, Hoskin Ryan was responsible for the preliminary and final civil engineering, and post-engineering design for this 18-acre Salvation Army Facility Renovation in Downtown Phoenix. In addition to existing facility demolition, project constraints included existing utility infrastructure tie-ins, on-site retention and platting to consolidate existing property lines. The scope of work required topographic and boundary survey, site planning assistance, grading/paving design, water/sewer/fire design, geometric control, and final platting. The overall site boasts over 100,000 sq.ft. of new building and over 4 acres of new parking and open space. This project was driven by a strict schedule, which was met in order to break ground and open prior to Salvation Army’s holiday drives.
Project Requirements / Unique Characteristics:
- Commercial Plating
- Civil Site Design
- Utility Service Design