• 4/23/2015

    What you can expect on the central waterfront next week:


    • Work will occur seven days a week, both day and night, with the noisiest work stopping each day by 10 pm and resuming at 7 am on weekdays and 9 am on weekends.
    • Under pier work continues and hours will vary and are dependent on the tides.
    • Utility restoration work and backfilling behind the zee panels near Waterfront Park will continue.
    • Zee panel installation to begin in front of Pier 57.
    • Closure wall concrete pours to begin in front of Pier 57. The closure walls help to connect and secure the zee panel segments together. 
    • Concrete pours for the foundation slab continue in front of Pier 57.
    • Jet grout activities continue along the central waterfront between Piers 57 and 53.
    • Sheet pile installation will continue between Madison and Marion streets.


    • As early as next week, equipment will be mobilized to the east side of the viaduct between University and Seneca streets. The northbound travel lane under the viaduct will be diverted into the center turn lane. The southbound travel lane will be unaffected. Additional police officers will be on site to assist with movement of equipment and traffic in and out of the work zone.


    • Intermittent daytime closures of the Marion Street pedestrian bridge will occur next week during off-peak daytime hours to allow for sheet pile and shoring wall installation. During this work, pedestrian access will be maintained at the at-grade access on Alaskan Way, just south of Marion Street.

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