• 6/22/2017

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

    • Major construction work will occur five days a week. The noisiest work will start each day at 7 AM and stop by 10 PM.
    • The jet grout batch plant, noise wall, and other equipment will be removed from the work zone. 
    • Roadway restoration work will occur within the work zone.
    • Permeation grout installation continues.
    • Temporary utility work will occur. During this time, a generator will run 24/7 to ensure critical utility services are maintained.

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

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

    • Light penetrating surface panel (LPS) maintenance work continues in various discrete pockets along the waterfront. Business, vehicle and pedestrian accessibility will be maintained during this activity.
    • Pier resurfacing work will occur just south of Pier 55. Pedestrian and business access will be maintained during this activity.

    Other project area work:

    • As Waterfront Seattle email updates, we encourage subscribers of this email update to also subscribe to Waterfront Seattle email updates to hear the latest on construction activities and impacts. Please call the Waterfront Seattle Program line at 206.499.8040 if you have questions or concerns.
    • As part of the Waterfront Seattle Program, crews will conduct potholing underneath the Alaskan Way Viaduct between Bell and South King streets to locate underground utilities through June 30. This will include work on Alaskan Way. Traffic on Alaskan Way may be temporarily reduced to one lane at select locations, and flaggers will be used to keep traffic moving in both directions. Visit the project website for more information, or call the Waterfront Seattle Program line at 206.499.8040 if you have questions or concerns.
    • 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. South Jackson Street west of Alaskan Way is closed to vehicle traffic for up to two weeks. Daytime work hours are from 7 AM to 5:30 PM, Monday through Thursday. Work may occasionally occur on Saturdays during daytime hours, 7 AM to 3:30 PM, from June through August. Visit the project website for more information.
    • Later this summer, Washington State Ferries will start major construction on the Seattle Multimodal Terminal at Colman Dock Project, replacing the old and seismically-vulnerable parts of our flagship ferry terminal on Seattle’s waterfront. The project is expected to continue through early 2023 and the terminal will remain open throughout construction. In preparation, crews are already completing some work on the dock, and vehicle access to Colman Dock will change as soon as next week.
    • Washington State Ferries invites the public to learn more about what to expect during Colman Dock construction at open houses next week and via an online open house through July 14.

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