CWA 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. City Purchasing and Contracting Services' Labor Equity Program implements the CWA and oversees the goals.

Priority Hire projects – Monthly report of goals and performance
Arena at Seattle Center - Monthly report

Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link - Phase 2 | Seattle Department of Transportation
Estimate: $9 million
Location: Ballard
Estimated bid: 2020
Cedar Falls Substation | Seattle City Light
Estimate: $10 million
Location: Cedar Falls
Northgate Bridge & First Avenue Northeast Protected Bike Lane | Seattle Department of Transportation
Estimate: $22.5 million
Location: Northgate
Estimated bid: Q2 2019
Overlook Walk | Office of the Waterfront
Estimate: $50 million
Location: Waterfront
Seattle Municipal Tower Chiller Plant Replacement | Finance and Administrative Services
Estimate $11.8 million
Location: Downtown
Estimated bid: Q2 2019
Ship Canal Water Quality Project - Tunnel Storage | Seattle Public Utilities
Estimate: $220 million
Location: Ballard
Estimated bid: Q2 2019
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Citywide Pools Project info
Pier 62 Reconstruction Project info
Portage Bay Park Development Project info
Ship Canal Water Quality Program, Ballard Early Work Package Project info
Third Avenue West Water Main Project info
2019 Arterial Asphalt and Concrete Package 2 Project info
Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link—Phase 1 Project info
Arena at Seattle Center Project info
Brighton Playfield and Comfort Station Renovation Project info
2019 Arterial Asphalt and Concrete Package 2 Project info
2019 Safe Routes to Schools Project Project info
Waterfront Seattle Alaskan Way - Elliot Way South  Project info