ASU - Tempe Campus
For the past ten years, Hines has been honored to participate heavily in various new design & renovation projects for Arizona State University at their historic Tempe, Arizona campus. We have worked directly with the University for specific projects as well as partnering with local Architects & design teams.
Consistent with Hines’ engineering expertise, these projects include water harvesting & reuse, feasibility studies, water feature mechanical & pumping station design, central control system design, & irrigation system design to a wide range of different landscape applications from sport fields to urban streetscape.
Highlighted projects include: W.P. Carey School of Business, Interdisciplinary Science & Technology Building, Terrance Road Pedestrian Mall, Kajikawa Football Fields, Weatherup Basketball & Athletic Center, ASU Indoor Practice Facility, SRC Intramural Sports Fields, ASU West Campus SRC Fields, McAllister Streetscape.
CSU - Fort Collins
Raw Water Distribution System Expansion
As a part of this project, Hines Irrigation engineering staff worked closely with CSU personnel to extend the CSU raw water distribution system making a new connection to the Old Fort Collins High School. This pipeline extension was over 1-mile in length & involved detailed coordination through existing campus property, under the BNSF railway & a CDOT highway. Additionally our office provided irrigation design services to CSU’s award winning Annual Flower Trial Garden & a complete renovation of the Old Fort Collins High School which has been restored & converted to the CSU Center of the Arts.
Hughes Stadium & Moby Practice Field
Hines Engineers were retained to aid in the renovation of the existing irrigation systems at Hughes Stadium & the outdoor Moby Practice fields. Due to a unique expertise in both artificial and natural sports turf & the required irrigation system support, Hines implemented a system to both cool & clean the artificial fields with separate systems to maintain natural turf grass areas.
New Academic Village
New Academic Village (NAV) at CSU provides housing for 420 engineering students and 240 honors students. Students and staff were involved during the design process to incorporate site sustainable building techniques. As part of the LEED process, Smart ET controllers with rain sensors and the use of the School’s on-site central control system and weather station were utilized. An experimental sustainability project is underway at the NAV with the irrigation system playing a vital role. Grey water is planned for use through the drip irrigation system for research of the affects on the system and plant material. This is a pilot program at CSU and Hines is proud to be a part of it!