• 4/28/2016

    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.
    • Excavation continues in preparation of jet grout work next month. As jet grout approaches, pre-drilling and other activities will occur. This week we will be potholing for upland jet grout columns. Increased noise can be expected.
    • Removal of the existing seawall continues.
    • This afternoon, Waterfront Seattle is completing the first round of utility investigations on Alaskan Way between Pike and Marion streets. Crews will not 
    • conduct any work during the two-week Viaduct closure. Crews will resume work on Alaskan Way between Yesler Way and Pike Street in late May, after the Viaduct has re-opened. Crews anticipate wrapping up work before June 1. For questions, please contact the Waterfront Seattle team: 206.499.8040, info@waterfrontseattle.org.

    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. Some limited work is planned for Sunday.
    • Work to restore the area which held the protect-in-place utility corridor continues near Seneca Street. 
    • Utility investigation and restoration work continues within the work zone near Spring and Madison streets. There are pedestrian restrictions on the multi-use path between Spring and Madison streets to safely accommodate this work. Please follow signage and flaggers to safely access your destination.  
    • This week we are working at night to install the movement joint plate on the Pier 55 driveway. Next week we will be working at night to install the movement joint plate on the Pier 56 driveway. There will be intermittent vehicle and pedestrian impacts during the work. 
    • Preparation for roadway restoration near Pier 54 continues.
    • We are removing sheet pile in front of Pier 55 and Waterfront Park. Business access will be maintained. This work is tidally influenced and will temporarily restrict parking and pedestrian access.
    • Under-pier work continues. Hours will vary and are dependent on the tides.
    • Private work continues on Piers 57 and 54.
    • This afternoon, Waterfront Seattle is completing the first round of utility investigations on Alaskan Way between Pike and Marion streets. Crews will not conduct any work during the two-week Viaduct closure. Crews will resume work on Alaskan Way between Yesler Way and Pike Street in late May, after the Viaduct has re-opened. Crews anticipate wrapping up work before June 1. For questions, please contact the Waterfront Seattle team: 206.499.8040, info@waterfrontseattle.org.  

    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.
    • Habitat bench excavation continues in the area in front of the Fire Station.
    • Utility restoration work continues.
    • We are preparing for light penetrating surface (LPS) panel and edge beam installation in front of Colman Dock.
    • Under-pier work continues. Hours will vary and are dependent on the tides.


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