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Sidewalk, landscaping work for 1063 project to bring traffic impacts week of June 19; stormwater system work continues

During the week of June 19, crews will continue sidewalk and landscaping work along the sides of the 1063 Block Replacement Project.

Traffic and pedestrian impacts

There will be intermittent impacts to traffic on 11th Avenue and Capitol Way.

During work throughout the week, flaggers will be in place and traffic delays are expected to be minimal.

In addition, ADA sidewalk ramps will be removed and replaced along the north side of Union Street.

Capital City Pride Festival to bring estimated 10,000 to Capitol Campus June 17

Enterprise Services has issued a permit for Saturday, June 17, for the Capital City Pride Festival on the Capitol Campus.

The annual event includes a parade that begins at noon and heads north on Capitol Way to Heritage Park. A festival will be held in the park from 1 to 6 p.m.

Event organizers Capital City Pride estimate that more than 10,000 people will likely attend this year's event.

View a complete list of upcoming permitted campus events.

Sidewalk and landscaping work for 1063 project to bring traffic impacts week of June 12

During the week of June 12, crews will continue sidewalk and landscaping work along the sides of the 1063 Block Replacement Project.

There will be intermittent impacts to traffic on 11th Avenue and Capitol Way, including intermittent closures of the northbound lane of Capitol Way.

During work throughout the week, flaggers will be in place and traffic delays are expected to be minimal.

Reminder: Elevator work requiring crane to temporarily close portion of small campus parking lot by ESD Building June 7, lighting project to bring longer partial closure starting June 8

A portion of the small parking lot on the west side of the Employment Security Department will be unavailable for use on Wednesday, June 7 to accommodate a crane that will be used during work to modernize three elevators in the building.

Contractors hired by Enterprise Services to do the elevator modernization work expect to be finished using the crane by Wednesday afternoon. The affected portion of the lot will be reopened once the work requiring the crane is complete.

Elevator work requiring crane to temporarily close portion of small campus parking lot June 7

A portion of the small parking lot on the west side of the Employment Security Department will be unavailable for use on Wednesday, June 7 to accommodate a crane that will be used during work to modernize three elevators in the building.

The parking lot also will be closed for use after 8 p.m. tonight, Tuesday, June 6.

Contractors hired by Enterprise Services to do the elevator modernization work expect to be finished using the crane by Wednesday afternoon. The affected portion of the lot will be reopened once the work requiring the crane is complete.

Sidewalk and landscaping work for 1063 project to bring traffic impacts week of June 5

During the week of June 5, crews will continue sidewalk and landscaping work along the sides of the 1063 Block Replacement Project.

There will be intermittent lane closures and other impacts to traffic on 11th Avenue and Capitol Way.

During work throughout the week, flaggers will be in place and traffic delays are expected to be minimal.

In addition, the sidewalk along Capitol Way is scheduled to reopen Wednesday, June 7. Work is weather dependent.

Exterior lighting project on Capitol Campus begins June 1

A project to replace or retrofit exterior lighting on the Capitol Campus begins Thursday, June 1 and will continue through August.

About 80 percent of the campus light fixtures will be replaced to improve campus safety in the evening and nighttime and to achieve long-term cost avoidance due to reduced energy consumption.

During the work, the north half of the visitor parking lot next to the Employment Security Building will be unavailable for parking. The area will be used as a staging area for the project.

Wapato School District celebrates new cross-laminated timber modular classrooms

Pilot project brings potential environmental and economic benefits as well as efficiency in construction process

The Wapato School District is celebrating completion of the first new modular classrooms in Eastern Washington using an innovative new building product called of cross-laminated timber (CLT) under a pilot project funded by the state Legislature and overseen by the state Department of Enterprise Services.

Work for 1063 project to close 11th Avenue May 25 and 26

Both lanes of 11th Avenue between Columbia Street and Capital Way will be closed Thursday, May 25 and Friday, May 26 to accommodate large lifts required to perform exterior work on the south side of the building for the 1063 Block Replacement Project.

Flaggers will be in place to direct traffic.

Learn more about the landscaping for the 1063 Building.

Parking Services Alert

Parking rate informational meeting June 7, 11:30-1:30

What?

A third public informational meeting will be held Wednesday, June 7, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., in the OB2 Auditorium. The OB2 auditorium is located on the East Campus across Capitol Way from the Legislative Building. The address is 1115 Washington St. SE and the auditorium is on the lower level of the building.

The meeting will include:

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