Community Workforce Agreement Projects

The Community Workforce Agreement (CWA) identifies goals to include workers from the community, women, people of color and apprentices on the projects listed on this page. All contractors performing construction on these projects must comply with the CWA. The Labor Equity Program implements the CWA and oversees the goals.

See upcoming projects listed below and current projects near the bottom of this page.

Upcoming Projects

2017 Arterial Asphalt & Concrete Third Avenue | Seattle Department of Transportation
Estimate: $5.3 million
Location: Third Avenue between Virginia and Broad streets
Bid date: Feb. 8, 2017
Prime contractor: Gary Merlino
SPU Cedar Falls Administration Building | Seattle Public Utilities
Estimate: $7.2 million
Location: 19901 Cedar Falls Road SE, North Bend 98045
Bid date: Feb. 15, 2017
Prime contractor: Peace & Sons, Inc.
2017 Arterial Asphalt & Concrete Fourth Avenue | Seattle Department of Transportation
Estimate: $9 million
Location: Fourth Avenue South between South Spokane Street and Royal Brougham Way
Estimated bid: Q1 2017
Blue Ridge Conduit Installation Phase II  | Seattle City Light
Estimate: $7 million
Location: Blue Ridge neighborhood
Bid date: March 1, 2017
South Park Pump Station | Seattle Public Utilities
Estimate: $5.9 million
Location: 698 S. Riverside Drive, Seattle 98108
Estimated bid: Q2 2017
Technical Training Center | Seattle City Light
Estimate: $9 million
Location: Adjacent to 10000 West Marginal Way Place S., Tukwila 98618
Estimated bid: Q2 2017
Pier 62 Reconstruction | Seattle Department of Transportation
Estimate: $16 million
Location: 1851 Alaskan Way, Seattle 98101
Estimated bid: Q4 2017
Ship Canal Water Quality Program, Ballard Early Work Package| Seattle Public Utilities
Estimate: $10 million
Location: Near 24th Avenue Northwest and Shilshole Avenue Northwest
Estimated bid: TBD

Current Projects

The Community Workforce Agreement (CWA) applies to the Buried Reservoir Seismic Program – Beacon Reservoir project and identifies goals to include workers from the community, women, people of color and apprentices on the project. All contractors performing construction on this project must comply with the CWA.
Estimate: $7.3 million
Location: Beacon Water Reservoir at Jefferson Park
3801 Beacon Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98108
Awarded: November 2016

The Community Workforce Agreement (CWA) applies to the Blue Ridge Conduit Replacement Project and identifies goals to include workers from the community, women, people of color and apprentices on the project. All contractors performing construction on this project must comply with the CWA.

The Community Workforce Agreement (CWA) applies to the Denny Network Project and identifies goals to include workers from the community, women, people of color and apprentices on the project. All contractors performing construction on this project must comply with the CWA.

The Community Workforce Agreement (CWA) applies to the Denny Substation Project and identifies goals to include workers from the community, women, people of color and apprentices on the project. All contractors performing construction on this project must comply with the CWA.

The largest public works project in the City of Seattle's history, the Elliott Bay Seawall Project has goals to include workers from the community, women, people of color and apprentices. The Labor Equity Program oversees these goals and implements the Seawall Community Workforce Agreement (CWA). All contractors performing construction on the Elliott Bay Seawall Project must comply with the CWA.

Visit the Elliott Bay Seawall Project CWA web page for more information.

The Community Workforce Agreement (CWA) applies to the Fire Station 22 Project and identifies goals to include workers from the community, women, people of color and apprentices on the project. All contractors performing construction on this project must comply with the CWA.

The Community Workforce Agreement (CWA) applies to the Fire Station 32 Project and identifies goals to include workers from the community, women, people of color and apprentices on the project. All contractors performing construction on this project must comply with the CWA.

The Community Workforce Agreement (CWA) applies to the Maple Leaf/Myrtle Buried Reservoir Seismic Retrofit Project and identifies goals to include workers from the community, women, people of color and apprentices on the project. All contractors performing construction on this project must comply with the CWA.

Completed pre-job conference packages