The City Complex is a 50,000 square-foot City Hall building along with a 12,000 square-foot Police substation located on 11-acres of a 140-acre site on the northeast corner of the intersection of White & Parker Road and Bowlin Road in Maricopa. The remainder of the site will be master-planned for future development, expansion of City facilities, and potential private development. The City Complex facility will relocate certain key current City Functions/Departments and house them in a new consolidated location with the ability to expand and allow future growth.
Phase I of the project included developing a separate CLOMR/LOMR for the entire project limits and coordinating with the project stakeholders including: the Gila River and Ak-Chin Indian Communities, Pinal County Flood Control District, Maricopa Flood Control District, University of Arizona and adjacent property owners. Also included in Phase I, are the construction documents, construction management, as well as improvements to Bowlin and White and Parker Roads. The design implements a balanced cut/fill design which results in no rise to the existing FEMA base flood elevations. WOODPATEL completed the civil site design for the City Complex including roadway design, utility coordination (water, sewer, electricity) grading and drainage, and on-site parking.
- 11-acres of a 140 acre site
- 50,000 square-foot city hall building
- 12,000 square-foot police substation
City of Maricopa