Scottsdale taps Haydon Building Corporation for Crossroads East projects

The shaded area shows 1,000 acres known as Crossroads East. (graphic by city of Scottsdale)

A pair of resolutions made its way through the Scottsdale City Council, making way for a construction manager at risk contract for Crossroads East Drainage and Public Works Infrastructure.

The council approved on consent the two resolutions at its March 19 meeting at City Hall, 3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd.

The first resolution allowed for a CMAR pre-construction phase services contract with Haydon Building Corporation for $68,280.

The second resolution resulted in a Capital Improvement Plan future grants budget appropriation transfer for $937,400 for the Crossroads East Flood Control Phase 1 project. The Arizona State Land Department reimbursements will fund this amount.

City staff anticipate the final construction project will include certain public infrastructure on Arizona state land parcels called Crossroads East. This includes a regional drainage infrastructure with trapezoidal channels; an earthen retention basin with drop structure; and a system of outlet pipes and channels to the regional retention basin at TPC Scottsdale, 17020 N. Hayden Road.

City staff advertised a request for qualification for a CMAR on Dec. 28, 2018. The city received five responses by the end of January. Seven evaluators interviewed the top three firms and settled on their finalist.

News Services Reporter Josh Martinez can be contacted at or at 623-445-2738

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