• 4/27/2017

    What you can expect between Lenora and Pike streets (in front of Pier 62/63) next week:

    • Jet grout work continues. A Vactor truck will be used as part of this work. Increased noise can be expected, along with large trucks and equipment entering and exiting the site.
    • Preparations for permeation grouting will continue. Permeation grout is a process that works to fill spaces in the soil above jet grout. The grout hardens to create a solid mass that improves stability.
    • Major construction work will occur six days a week. The noisiest work will start each weekday at 7 AM (9 AM on weekends) and stop by 10 PM.

    What you can expect between Pike and Union streets (in front of the Seattle Aquarium) next week:

    • Utility restoration work will continue on the sidewalk and in the parking area in front of the Seattle Aquarium.

    What you can expect between Union Street and Yesler Way next week:

    • Movement joint plate maintenance work at Waterfront Park will continue. Vehicle and pedestrian access will be maintained during this activity.
    • Light penetrating surface panel maintenance work in front of Pier 57 will continue until the end of the week. Business, vehicle and pedestrian accessibility will be maintained during this activity.

    Other project area work:

    • Phase 2 of Seattle City Light’s Central Waterfront Transmission Line Relocation Project is underway between Yesler Way and South King Street. The majority of work will take place behind the SR 99 Tunnel Project fenced-off work zone on Alaskan Way. To minimize impacts to vehicle access at the Colman Dock Ferry Terminal, work will occur at night at Yesler Way. Night work hours are from 9 PM to 5 AM, Sunday through Thursday nights. Night work is scheduled to end in May. During night work, ferry traffic to Colman Dock at Yesler Way will be inbound only – all outgoing traffic will use Marion Street. Daytime work hours are from 7 AM to 10 PM, Monday through Friday. Visit the project website for more information.


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