ASU Polytechnic Campus

WOODPATEL completed a civil engineering infrastructure assessment on the south 306-acres of the ASU Polytechnic Campus, otherwise known as the proposed ASU Research and Development Park. The study limits include land that was currently 60% vacant and 40% student housing (original Air Force housing) with some existing ASU buildings and a solar field. A master plan document was prepared at the request of ASU directly, including a Civil Engineering site assessment, preliminary cost estimates, conceptual utility layouts and potential development options.

But that is only the latest engineering assignment for WOODPATEL on the ASU Polytechnic Campus. We have been an integral design team member during every step of the 10+ year transformation from a U.S. Air Force Base to a higher education campus. In 2006, WOODPATEL began engineering the first major campus project featuring 250,000 square feet of new academic buildings. Since then, WOODPATEL has collaborated directly with ASU and multiple design teams on nearly every Civil Engineering design on campus.

In addition, WOODPATEL has completed all roadway, drainage, water and sewer system Master Studies on the Polytechnic Campus. Our Master Reports address the short- and long-term development for the 103-acre central campus, a 24-acre planned campus expansion, and the completed $10 million dollar City of Mesa Ring Road infrastructure improvements.


Mesa, AZ


Arizona State University

Project Highlights

10+ year transformation

103-acre campus

24-acre campus expansion

306-acre Research & Development Park