Government Projects

SDB has contracted on a variety of Governmental projects for Federal, State, County and Municipal entities over the past three decades. We maintain a sense of pride knowing that we have contributed to the growth and improvement of our great State and Nation. As a General Contractor working with government entities, we make ourselves accountable for performing work at high security facilities. Our employees are background checked and compliant with E-verification and fingerprint requirements. We are able to offer many construction services that range from underground site infrastructure improvements to the construction of new buildings.

Government Clients

  • City of Phoenix
  • City of Chandler
  • City of Tempe
  • City of Goodyear
  • City of Mesa
  • Town of Gilbert
  • Maricopa County
  • State of Arizona
  • United States Postal Service
  • Central Arizona Project
  • Arizona Department of Transportation
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Arizona Veterans Services

Tumbleweed Recreation Center Marquee Display

Owner: City of Chandler  |  Delivery Method: Job Order Contracting (JOC)  |  Budget: $44,939
SDB installed a new outdoor marquee/display at Tumbleweed Recreation Center so the City can project their activities and others. Provided design development assistance services, selective site demolition, underground detection/locator, blue stake, removal of existing plants/tree and irrigation re-direction, foundations, block walls, structural support steel, decorative steel panel, metal roof, electrical and power, access panels, glass (decorative) and installed the new screen, plus programming, testing and City training.

ADOT Surprise MVD Facility Remodel

Owner: Arizona Department of Transportation  |  Delivery Method: Job Order Contracting (JOC)  |  Budget: $342,746
This SDB project included: Selective demolition, structural wood, concrete, new walls, doors, ceilings, finishes, paint, millwork, plumbing, new restrooms, some flooring, electrical/lights.

Grand Canyon Airport Renovations

Owner: Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT)  |  Delivery Method: Job Order Contracting (JOC)  |  Budget: $168,970
Grand Canyon Airport Renovations
SDB’s scope of work included reroofing five existing canopies, replacing all storefront glass and windows with new energy efficient glass and masonry wall repair at the terminal. Additionally, SDB provided renovations for existing bathrooms and replaced pellet stoves with wood stoves for all employee housing.

Camp Colley Deck Replacement

Owner: City of Phoenix  |  Delivery Method: Job Order Contracting (JOC)  |  Budget: $240,883
The Camp Colley Deck Replacement consisted of SDB removing the existing log post deck and replacing with heavy timber post and beam construction with Trex decking. The project included new concrete footings with stone overlay finish.

Wilcox New Highway Patrol Office

Owner: Arizona Department of Public Safety  |  Delivery Method: Job Order Contracting (JOC)  |  Budget: $90,267
SDB removed and disposed of the existing single-wide modular office and installed a new double-wide modular office with ramps and stairs, new bollards, clear and grade parking lot, new concrete sidewalk and asphalt, striping and painting.

The City of Coppell Town Center Remodel

Owner: The City of Coppell  |  Delivery Method: Job Order Contracting (JOC)  |  Budget: $486,145
The City of Coppell Town Center Remodel
SDB provided the remodel of interior space including new wall construction, ceilings,  electrical/data, plumbing and mechanical, millwork, countertops, doors and hardware, appliances, sliding glass doors and all finishes. This project required SDB to work within an occupied space and utilized phasing which caused many temporary office relocations to occur.  In order to meet deadlines and keep noise and construction related odors down, this project required a good percentage of night and weekend work.  This project was phased such that it was necessary to complete the first space in order for the people occupying the second space to move into the newly finished area before beginning work on the second phase. Coordination with facilities personnel, office inhabitants and the project lead was necessary to minimize disruption during this period.

City of Chandler Airport Erosion Control

Owner: City of Chandler  |  Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build  |  Budget: $624,828
Grading of shoulder at Chandler airport and application of dust palliative. Installation of drainage pipe and head walls to control water flow away from traffic areas. Hydro seeding of all area’s impacted by grading and traffic. Traffic control on runways and taxiways to control aircraft while grading operations are in effect. Services included: Grading, pipe installation, concrete, asphalt, soil stabilization, hydro seeding, traffic control.

Gilbert Detention Center

Owner: Town of Gilbert  |  Delivery Method: Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR)  |  Budget: $295,078
SDB remodeled the detention center to meet ADA standards in areas and accommodate prisoners to be held overnight. The scope of work included masonry, detention doors, painting, access controls, cameras, electrical and plumbing.

Wittmann Fire Station

Owner: Wittmann Fire District  |  Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build  |  Budget: $360,363
SDB renovated the interior of the fire station, including new drywall, painting, acoustical ceiling, lighting, electrical and overhead sectional doors. Site improvements included site grading, fencing, concrete and asphalt paving.

Boardroom Bulletproof Casework

Owner: Arizona Game and Fish Department  |  Delivery Method: Job Order Contracting (JOC)  |  Budget: $52,579
Arizona Game and Fish Department Bulletproof Casework
SDB designed, fabricated and installed new bulletproof casework in the Quail Boardroom at the Arizona Game and Fish Department headquarters. The interior wood paneling of the casework was lined with half inch Armortex level 3 ballistic panels. The exterior was accented with brushed aluminum reveals to match existing interior door trim and LG Hi-Macs counter tops. The project also included relocation, underground, electrical, and a custom aluminum tube anodized handrail.