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College Additions Designed to meet LEED® Silver Clinton Community College, Science and technology Lab #4 – Stanley Consultants provided civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, and construction administration services for three new science and technology additions for the Eastern Iowa Community College District Learn More
Pedestrian Bridge is Signature Landmark Stanley Consultants provided construction administration and construction observation for the Center Street Pedestrian Bridge in Des Moines, IA. The bridge is a key component in the city’s Principal Riverwalk, which features lighted landscaped public spaces, world-class public art and this unique pedestrian bridge with pathways that connect 300 miles of central Iowa trails. Learn More
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Expanded Readiness Center Supports Growth Stanley Consultants provided construction administration services for the Iowa National Guard’s Readiness Center in Iowa City, Iowa. This 90,000 square-foot facility now provides ample space for the assigned military units to perform necessary task. Learn More
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Ellsworth Road Widening Project in Queen Creek, AZ

Stanley Consultants provided Construction Administration, full-time inspection, and construction staking for the $15 million project for the widening and reconstruction of Ellworth Road in Queen Creek, Arizona.

Ellsworth Road is a major thoroughfare to and from the growing southeast valley's residential developments and the Towns of Florence and Coolidge, and the City of Tucson. The main portion of the roadway that was widened and reconstructed was between Cloud Road and Hunt Highway, with several other roads widened and improved that tie into Ellsworth Road (including Empire Boulevard, San Tan Boulevard, Riggs Road, Cloud Road and Hunt Highway).