SDOT – Elliott Bay Seawall Redevelopment – Washington - Project Profile
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The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is undertaking the redevelopment of Elliott Bay Seawall in Washington, the US.
The project involves the redevelopment of a 2,133m seawall along the coast of South Washington Street to Broad Street in four phases.
It includes the construction of a pedestrian promenade, two-way cycle track, the Alaskan way that accommodates all modes of travel, rebuilding public piers, parks, pathways and other related infrastructure, the laying of roads.
The first phase involves the construction of a seawall from South Washington Street to Virginia Street.
The second phase involves the construction of a seawall from Virginia Street to Broad Street.
In 2010, SDOT developed the conceptual plans for the project.
In 2012, Parsons Corporation was appointed as a design consultant for the first phase. Under the terms, Parsons will manage the planning, environmental, and outreach efforts for this important public safety project.
In the fourth quarter of 2012, a joint venture of Mortenson Construction and Manson Construction Co. was awarded construction contract for the first phase.
In the third quarter of 2013, the project received approvals from the federal government.
On September 17, 2013, Jacobs Engineering was appointed as PMC contractor for the first phase.
On December 16, 2013, SDOT prepared a final Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (DSEIS).
On March 19, 2014, Hayward Baker Inc. was awarded US$41 million geotechnical works contract.
COWI North America has been selected as marine structural design and geotechnical design expert.
In September 2013, construction on the first phase commenced.
Construction works are nearing completion on the first phase.
The project involves the redevelopment of a 2,133m seawall along the coast of South Washington Street to Broad Street in Seattle, King County, Washington, the US.
The US$371 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a pedestrian promenade
2. Construction of two-way cycle track
3. Construction of parks
4. Construction of pathways
5. Construction of other related infrastructure
6. Rebuilding public piers
7. Laying of roadsReasons To Buy