Access Seattle Initiative
Construction Hub Coordination Program: Requirements
January 27, 2016
REQUIREMENTS FOR HUB PROJECTS
If publicly or privately led construction is within a Construction Hub, the Construction Hub Program will help manage the project through the end of construction-in line with program objectives. Coordination is critical, potentially impacting permit approvals.
PROJECT INFORMATION SHOULD BE SENT TO:
NEW! Projects with significant impacts to the public right of way may now require a Construction Management Plan (CMP). To assist, we are providing a guide and template available on the Applications, Forms & templates page as well as the new CMP page. We also now offer one-on-one permit pre-submittal intake appointments for complex projects, also detailed on the CMP page.
See below for specific requirements for projects within a Construction Hub.
ACCESS SEATTLE: CAPITOL HILL CONSTRUCTION HUB
‘Temporary No Park’ Management System Pilot – Download Fact Sheet| Download Vendors List
From July 13 to December 31, 2015 within the Capitol Hill Construction Hub a hooded sign system will replace T38/T39 A-Frame ‘No Parking’ signs for reserving paid parking spaces for construction use. Contractors should contact Construction Coordinator Wayne Gallup before applying for permits.
Wayne.Gallup@Seattle.gov | (206) 681-6099
The slimmer profile of the parking meter hood signs will free up public space, making city sidewalks safer and more easily navigable, while also being more visible to all travelers. The program will allow SDOT to better track and review impacts of No Parking signs, adding a coordinated planning element that improves efficiency and access for all. Since each no-park zone will be reserved for a single contractor and the new signs are not easily moved or altered, the program will also facilitate more reliable enforcement.
ALASKAN WAY VIADUCT CONSTRUCTION HUBS
For new and existing projects:
- Coordination with the Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and SDOT is required 3 weeks prior to beginning work.
Contact: Ken Ewalt |206-684-4995
For new projects:
The following information will be required for review prior to beginning work in SDOT right-of-way. Specific hubs may have additional requirements.
For Existing Projects:
Permit update requests must be sent to SDOTConstructionHub@seattle.gov with the following information:
- Permit number(s)
- Start date and duration for each use and for each space requiring an update
(duration in 10-day increments)
- Revised Construction Use Site Plan or TCP
(if the scope of work has changed)
For Construction Impact Concerns in All Hubs Contact:
Construction Hub Team email - SDOTConstructionHub@seattle.gov
Other Program Contacts:
- Melody Berry – Supervisor
- Jan Katzenberger – Communications Liaison
- Construction Hub Team E-mail: SDOTConstructionHub@seattle.gov
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