ARCHITECTURAL & ENGINEERING

Provide full service (phase I, II, or III)

  • Architectural Design
  • Mechanical & Plumbing Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Land Surveying


SBCC offers value by providing the following

  • Leveraging the latest technologies - 3D Modeling & Visualization (BIM)
  • Flat organizational structure with experienced project managers
  • ISO 9000 compliant quality management program
  • More than 75% of staff are DOD veterans
  • LEED and Envision certified staff with sustainable design expertise

Past Performance

Pearson Park Track & Field Renovation

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Improved and redesigned Pearson Park in Las Vegas, NV to comply with USA Track & Field (USATF) facility requirements. SBCC’s scope included improving drainage issues, fixing flooding on the track infield and designing a new concession stand, bleachers, and press box. SBCC led the design team consisting of architectural, MEP, structural, landscape architecture, surveying, and geotechnical evaluation.


Design fee $323K

Construction cost $2.4M

Ft. Carson Building 2060 Renovation

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Investigated and prepared design drawings for the design-build renovation of Building 2060 on Fort Carson, CO. The two story building consists of training rooms, computer laboratories, offices and secure work areas, reception space, restrooms, and supply and storage space. SBCC prepared the design drawings and specifications. The design was based on UFC’s, International Building Code and base specific design guidance.


Design fee $158K

Yuma Proving Ground Drainage and Erosion

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Value engineered, designed, and constructed drainage improvements for five sites on Yuma Proving Ground, AZ. Improvements included 18-inch RCP storm drain, drop inlets, detention basins, diversion burms, curb and gutter, rip-rap armoring,  grading, and repaired eroded areas. Design included hydrology and hydraulic modeling


Design and construction cost $1.35M

Kodachrome Road Repairs and Restoration

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SBCC was contracted through Barajas and Associates and USACE to design improvements for approximately 8 miles of two-wheel drive high clearance vehicle roadway for BLM in Southern Nevada. The purpose of the project was to eliminate alternative routes in order to protect the sensitive environment while improving public access to enjoy the unique environment. The existing roadway suffered from water erosion issues and damage from use, it was poorly marked, and critical habitat for an endangered species was being damaged from off-road vehicles. SBCC prepared hydraulic calculations, roadway design, fence and signage improvements, and a 404 permit.


Design fee $20K

Construction cost $260K

VA Coatesville Water Line Drawing Improvements

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SBCC contracted with the Coatesville, PA Veterans Affairs Medical Center to locate, model, condition assess, and health risk assess the Medical Center Campus of more than 30 buildings  serving approximately 1,500 daily occupants. The scope included Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) and assessment for all underground water lines and valves with associated 2D, 3D and hydraulic modeling of the existing potable and fire water system covering over 118 acres with over 24,000 linear feet of buried pipe, one well, one pump station and two 550,000 gallon elevated storage tanks. The scope also involved mapping the hot and cold water lines in 11 buildings (over 1.17 million sqft), 3D scan and design of a backflow device, and health risk assessment with a focus on legionella contamination.


Design fee $431K

Construction cost $1.7M

VA Coatesville Sewer System Replacement

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SBCC contracted with the Coatesville, PA Veterans Affairs Medical Center to complete a condition assessment and rehabilitation design for 2,028 linear feet of existing 8-inch and smaller gravity sanitary sewer pipe and 15 manholes servicing 8 buildings. Assessment included dye test and video of floor drains to locate storm water tie-ins. 

Subsurface utility engineering, geotechnical, survey, and condition assessment were completed, and the sewer lines were televised (CCTV) in accordance with national (NAASCO) guidelines.


Design fee $123K

Construction cost $1.2M