The Building Care construction site is being fenced, and construction is underway. From now until project completion, which should take approximately three years, there will be ongoing construction activity. In general, Seattle Children’s will publish a weekly post on this Construction Blog each Monday that outlines the work expected to occur the following week (for instance, the Dec. 10 blog post will outline the work to take place from Dec. 17 to Dec. 23). We will also post to this blog whenever a construction activity will be especially impactful to neighbors or needs to happen outside standard construction hours. Our goal is to keep the community informed and aware of potential impacts before they occur.
From Dec. 10 to Dec. 16, construction crews are scheduled to perform the following activities:
- Install construction fencing and gates
- Install temporary walls and prepare temporary roads within the site for asphalt (asphalt is scheduled to be placed the week of Dec. 17)
- Remove existing stones
- Demolition of existing footings and paved areas
- Demolition of steel from the old Emergency Department canopy
- Prefabricate walls and install roofing for a new vestibule at the Forest A staff entrance
- Utility work: clearing and grubbing, installing storm lines, removing existing catch basins, drilling and installing new catch basins
- Temporary power work: set a temporary power shed, excavate for a duct bank to the transformer, and potentially install two power poles (Seattle City Light)
- Excavate and grade for curbs; form and pour new curbs
The demolition will take place from Dec. 11 to Dec. 14 and will be very noisy, while most other tasks will create normal levels of construction noise. This work will also generate some dust; dust abatement measures will be used to minimize the impact. All work will take place within standard construction hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday, and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday. Work will not occur on Sunday.
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