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US 101, Coffee Creek Remove Fish Barrier Project

Publication date:
Contract number: 009018
Submittal due:
  • Public Works
  • Awarded
  • Mason County
The purpose of this project is to remove a fish passage barrier at Coffee Creek on US 101 and replace it with a fish passable Structure. This crossing will be in the vicinity of the current Coffee Creek / US 101 crossing located at US 101 MP 346.95.

Project shall include, but is not…

I-5, SR 16 Interchange - Construct HOV Connections - A Design Build Project

Publication date:
Contract number: 008818
Submittal due:
  • Public Works
  • Awarded
  • Pierce County
Realign and reconstruct mainline I-5 between 38th Street and M Street. Replace existing ramps impacted by the I-5 realignment. Construct HOV direct connect ramps between I-5 and SR 16, replace median pavement on SR 16 and open HOV lanes between Union Ave and I-5, construct retaining walls in…

I-405, SR 167 Interchange Direct Connector Project - A Design Build Project

Publication date:
Contract number: 008811
Submittal due:
  • Public Works
  • Awarded
  • King County
Construct two direct connector ramps, one in each direction, between the SR 167 High Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lane and the I-405 High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane. These ramps connect northbound SR 167 to northbound I-405 and connect southbound I-405 to southbound SR 167.

SR 99, Alaskan Way Viaduct - SR 99 Bored Tunnel Design-Build Project

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Contract number: 007999
Submittal due:
  • Public Works
  • Awarded
  • King County
The SR 99 Bored Tunnel Design-Build Project is intended to expedite the construction of an alternate 4 lane tunnel facility as part of an integrated program consisting of a number of projects to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct Program.

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