• 9/3/2015

    What you can expect on the central waterfront next week:

    • In preparation for the restart of construction along the central waterfront, work to install the edge beam between piers 56 and 57 will occur on weekdays between 11 pm and 9 am starting Monday, September 14. The edge beam closes the gap between the seawall structure and the piers and is the last step before LPS panel installation. Work will be performed from the water side or from the excavated area. Large equipment will be mobilized onto the pedestrian promenade each night and moved off site the following morning.
    • Private work continues on Pier 54 with some impacts to on-street parking on Spring Street.
    • Seattle Public Utilities continues work on the Western Avenue Emergency Water Main Replacement Project in various locations between Spring Street and Yesler Way.

    What you can expect in the work zone adjacent to Colman Dock next week:

    Construction 

    • No work is scheduled from Saturday, September 5 to Monday, September 7 in observance of Labor Day.
    • Under-pier work continues. Hours will vary and are dependent on the tides.
    • Jet grout installation continues near Madison and Columbia streets.

    Vehicles, bicyclists and pedestrians 

    • Sidewalk maintenance will occur overnight on September 8 at the Yesler Way driveway at Colman Dock. Please follow the direction of flaggers and signage for local detours to safely access your destination.

    Related documents


Construction Schedule

Click here to download a printable version of this map.

Contact us

You’ve got questions? We’ve got answers! The Seawall Project Street Team is your source for answering questions about seawall construction.

Sign up for our weekly construction email updates to stay up-to-date with what’s happening on the Seawall Project, including upcoming tour dates and more.

Photos + videos

To keep current on construction progress, check out our photos and videos to see all the great, interesting work happening along the waterfront.

Or sign up for one of our upcoming tours where we share what you can see taking place behind the construction fence.