The Elliott Bay Seawall Project team surpassed the One Million Hour mark without a lost time injury. An incredible feat.
The GC/CM project for Seattle’s Department of Transportation is the reconstruction of the City of Seattle’s downtown Elliott Bay Seawall from S. Washington Street to the southern edge of Pier 63 Aquarium, consisting of constructing over 3,393 LF of seawall, one of the largest improved ground support system ever undertaken, a new earthquake-resistant cast-in-place and precast seawall system that will support the street and right-of-way, provide access to waterfront piers, improve marine habitat, support upland uses and new infrastructure utilities.
The successful completion of this project will form the foundation upon which the future City of Seattle upland improvements in the Waterfront Program will rest upon completion of WSDOT’s Tunnel “Bertha” project and the demolition of the existing elevated viaduct.
This Safety Milestone follows the Elliott Bay Seawall Team’s acceptance of their Zero Injury Program. Credit to the Craft, Trade Partners and Staff for their participation in making safety an everyday effort.