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Vacuum Truck Onsite Tuesday, June 30; Minimal Noise Near Children’s Ambulance Bay Expected

On Tuesday, June 30 starting at 8 a.m., a vacuum truck will be onsite to help with soil work near 40th Ave. NE. This work will result in some noise from the vacuum truck; work is expected to last until approximately 3:30 p.m. Call the construction pager at 206-469-5860 if you have questions or concerns. We appreciate your patience.

Forest Zone Level 4 Window Replacement

On Friday, June 12, a lift will be placed outside the Forest zone, near the oxygen tanks located between the Emergency Department ambulance bay and 40th Avenue NE. The lift will be used on Monday, June 15, between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. to replace infection control panels with window glass on the exterior of Forest level 4.

A flagger will be present while the lift is in use. Security staff may also be present to ensure that drivers stay a safe distance from the work area. After work is complete, the lift will be moved to a staging area for pickup on Tuesday, June 16.

Call the construction pager at 206-469-5860 if you have questions or concerns. Thank you for your patience.

Update on Restricted Parking Along 40th Ave NE

As an update to our post on May 21 regarding restricted parking along 40th Ave NE, the parking restrictions that were originally scheduled to end on Thursday, May 28 have been extended until Tuesday, June 2, to allow more time to move construction trailers.

We apologize for this delay. If you have any questions, please contact us through the construction pager at 206-469-5860.

Window Replacements on North Side of the Forest Zone

Window Replacements on North Side of the Forest Zone

On Friday, May 29 and Saturday, May 30, Seattle Children’s will install new windows on level 5 of the north side of the Forest zone. The work will be conducted between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on both days

While the installation is taking place, flaggers will be on the ground to direct traffic and keep pedestrians clear of the work area. If you have any questions, please contact us through the construction pager line at 206-469-5860. We appreciate your patience as we complete this work.

Restricted parking along 40th Avenue next week

Tomorrow, ‘No Parking’ signs will be installed along 40th Avenue, at 9 a.m. with notification of parking restrictions that will be in place next week. Beginning on Tuesday, May 26 and extending to Thursday, May 28, we will move construction trailers down this street to their new home in the Forest service parking lot.

This trailer mobilization is part of our upcoming build-out of the level 3 Forest Zone. If you have any questions, please contact us through the construction pager at 206-469-5860. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience.

Forest Zone level 3 build out

This June, Seattle Children’s plans to begin build-out of level 3 of the Forest Zone. To accomplish this work, we need to temporarily move offices and staff located on this floor to trailers that will be placed in the Forest Service parking area.

We expect to start moving trailers to the parking area on Tuesday, May 26. The vehicles and trailers currently stored there will be moved to another location. Build-out of the level 3 Forest zone is expected to take about a year.

We appreciate your patience with this temporary arrangement as we continue to renovate our facilities. If you have questions or concerns, please call the construction pager at 206-469-5860.

Seattle Children’s receives top honor from the League of American Bicyclists

bike awardIn acknowledgement of our efforts in sustainable transportation and encouraging more widespread bicycle use, Seattle Children’s was recently recognized with the League of American Bicyclists highest honor, the Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly Business award. With the platinum designation, Seattle Children’s becomes one of just 22 organizations across the nation to receive the prestigious award.

The Bicycle Friendly Business awards program recognizes organizations for their efforts at being bicycle-friendly and are based on four essential elements which include engineering, education, encouragement, and evaluation & planning.

Seattle Children’s is delighted with this honor. As an organization, we promote bicycling because we believe it’s good for the health of our patients, staff, community and the planet. Our staff have access to free commuter bicycles and we provide one of the only on-site staff bicycle service centers in the nation. We helped launch Seattle’s bike share system by serving as its first business sponsor and encourage bicycling by incentivizing staff when they do not use cars for commuting.

We look forward to supporting further initiatives at Seattle Children’s and throughout the city that foster more bicycling in the community.

Update: Work on Hartmann Parking Lot Rescheduled

Earlier this week we shared plans to clean and paint the Hartmann parking lot, located near the corner of 40th Ave. NE and Sand Point Way NE. The work was expected to take place today, March 26, but due to the weather, this work is postponed to tomorrow, March 27. If the weather is inclement we will re-schedule for another day.

We apologize for any disturbances as a result of this work. If you have any questions, please contact us through the construction pager line at 206-469-5860.

Work on the Hartmann parking lot

Hartmann BuildingOn Thursday, March 26, we plan to update the Hartmann parking lot, located near the corner of 40th and Sand Point Way NE. The work will include grinding, cleaning and painting of the lot surface. We anticipate that these activities will create noticeable noise, especially for residents that are in close proximity. Read full post »

Weekend roof repairs

Over the next couple of weekends, weather permitting, roof repair work is scheduled for our facilities located at the north side of the mid hospital campus. The work will be carried out between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, depending on conditions.

We apologize for any noise that may occur. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us through the construction pager line at 206-469-5860.