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Perry Engineering’s Presence in Southeast Arizona

Arizona has always been known as a “boom and bust” state, keeping many investors away. Following the COVID-19 pandemic, economic disruption is inevitable. However, we are hopeful that Arizona’s attractive climate, pro-business environment, and strong population and employment growth will continue to make this state one of the most attractive markets for capital investment. Specifically, Southeast Arizona and its rural communities still have abundant land ripe for development.

Perry Engineering is familiar with the development processes and requirements of Southeast Arizona jurisdictions. Since its founding in 2012, Perry Engineering has successfully completed dozens of projects in Cochise County and the surrounding area, from design phase through construction phase. Currently, our firm is working on roadway improvements for the City of Sierra Vista; renovations to the former Nogales home of Gov. Raul Castro on behalf on the University of Arizona; improvements at the Inde Motorsports Ranch in Willcox; Plaza de Colibri in Sierra Vista; and was recently selected to be part of the on-call planning team for the Sierra Vista Metropolitan Planning Organization. In the past, our firm has completed design and survey services for Head Start Facilities in Bisbee and Douglas; the Nogales Unified School District; Culver’s in Sierra Vista; classroom additions and site improvements on behalf of Cochise College; Arizona Street in Bisbee; the Mariposa North Industrial Park in Nogales; and Chiricahua Pediatric Centers in Bisbee and Douglas.

Perry Engineering looks forward to continuing its work in Southeast Arizona!

Dakota Vista Subdivision

This 32 lot subdivision was designed on a unique 14 acre parcel near Cardinal and Irvington Road. This project will be developed under Pima County jurisdiction. Lot sizes are typically 110′x40′ without rear yard neighbors. Continue reading…

Sam Hughes Court Subdivision

This two acre, 12 lot infill residential subdivision was designed using the Flexible Lot Development (FLD) option under existing R-1 zoning. The project is located at the northwest corner of 5th Street and Country Club in the City of Tucson.
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The Rancho Reina Subdivision

We are pleased to present Rancho Reina, a 25 lot subdivision located on Tucson’s east side.  This project lies near the northeast corner of Old Spanish Trail and Avenida De Los Reyes. As the Engineering Consultant  for this project we were given the task of designing this subdivision to comply with the Flexible Lot Development (FLD) guidelines.

The purpose of an (FLD) is to increase architectural diversity, visual interest while also encouraging efficient use of land.   This is often achieved by preserving sloped areas while focusing development on flatter portions of the parcel.  This gated community will be developed on less than 35% of this 19.04 Acre Parcel. Continue reading…