• 8/25/2016

    What you can expect north of Union Street next week: 

    • Major construction work will occur six days a week both day and night. The noisiest work will stop each day by 10 PM and resume at 7 AM on weekdays and 9 AM on weekends. Some limited work is planned for Sunday. 
    • The process to remove soil freeze will start next week.
    • Concrete slabs continue to be installed in front of the Seattle Aquarium. 
    • Habitat bench excavation will start next week. 

    What you can expect between Union and Madison streets next week: 

    • Major construction work will occur six days a week both day and night. The noisiest work will stop each day by 10 PM and resume at 7 AM on weekdays and 9 AM on weekends. 
    • Under pier utility restoration work continues. This work is tidally dependent.
    • We are finishing up movement joint plate maintenance in front of Waterfront Park. The movement joint plate is a piece of metal that bridges the gap between the existing piers and the new seawall. Pedestrian access will be maintained.

    What you can expect south of Madison Street next week: 

    • Major construction work will occur six days a week both day and night. The noisiest work will stop each day by 10 PM and resume at 7 AM on weekdays and 9 AM on weekends. Some limited work is planned for Sunday. 
    • Work to restore utilities and remove the protect-in-place utility corridor continues near Columbia Street. Next week we plan to restore utilities, remove the structure, install LPS panels, and form and pour curb and gutter. The area will be fenced off until final restoration occurs. 
    • Next week we are starting movement joint plate maintenance in front of Colman Dock. Pedestrian access will be maintained.


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