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Seattle Aquarium / Pier 59 Remodel Project

Parks Project Manager: Colleen Browne (206) 684-4155 |
Turner Construction Project Manager: Tim Charoni 206-571-2670

Remodeling of the Seattle AquariumThis link will take you off the CIty of Seattle web site. at Pier 59 began in June, 2005. Seattle Parks and Recreation has begun restoring structural integrity to the majority of the facility by installing new driven and posted piles and new concrete aprons (to replace existing wooden ones).

   » Project Update! (Update: 4/17/06)

Safety Counts
The Seattle Aquarium remodeling project has completed over 70,000 hours of work without a reportable safety incident! This is due to our wonderful crews of workers, and to Turner Construction's diligent project oversight.

Project Schedule

Construction Highlights
Site mobilization
May 2005
Replace aprons July '05 - Feb '06
Remove east façade Sept. '05
Drive pile in east end apron Oct. - Nov. '05
New deck on east end Dec. '05
New building structure Feb. - June '06
Substantial completion 06/20/06
Physical completion 09/13/06
Note: Normal circumstances of construction might change these dates. Changes will be posted.

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Last Update May 4, 2007
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