The project will remove landside sheet piles in the work zone south of Colman Dock next week. Following sheet pile removal, sections of the new face of the seawall will start to be installed. Utility investigation and relocation activities will also occur at Alaskan Way at various locations at night.

With season two of construction slated to begin in October, the Seawall Project would like to hear from you about how well we are keeping you informed about the project. Please take a moment to fill out the Seawall Project Outreach Survey. Your feedback on the project’s past outreach and communications will help inform our upcoming efforts to keep you apprised of construction activities and what to expect as we move forward with construction.

Please follow this link to the Seawall Project Outreach Survey.

To learn more about what to expect during season 2 of construction, check out the latest seawall construction toolkit


Sheet pile removal and face panel installation to begin next week


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No detours planned at this time. Detours  
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How will you get to the waterfront during construction? See more soon... Wayfinding  
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We're working closely with transit agencies to reconfigure bus stops and routes around construction. Soon, you'll be able to find out where those changes will be. Transit  
While we work, we like to keep you informed and involved. Check back for our events around the city! Events  

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