Julie Happy

City begins another historic construction season

Julie Happy, Division Communication Manager of Business and Developer Services, No Phone Number Available

Monday, April 11, 2016 at 3:11 p.m.

The last construction season was the City’s biggest ever – and this year’s is set to be even bigger. From integrated streets projects to CSO tanks helping us get to a cleaner river faster, 2016 will see $74 million in new construction projects and $82 million in projects overall.

Here is a brief overview of the 2016 Construction Season, which is already well underway:

  • 10 carryover projects from 2015 ($8 million)
  • 4 new CSO tank projects ($32 million)
  • Integrated Street projects ($32 million)
  • Sidewalk/Trail/ADA projects ($4+ million)
  • Dedicated Utility Projects ($6 million)

Work on the Lincoln/Monroe Street couplet, Indiana, Rowan Avenue, Ben Burr Trail, and CSO 33 in Liberty Park are just a few of the many projects scheduled. To learn more, check out the links below.

Downtown projects are a big part of this year’s construction season. As that area of the city continues to grow, several projects are happening this year to help build a better downtown, and a better Riverfront Park. See the progress on all the latest construction projects here on the City’s website and at FutureSpokane.com. You can also sign up for automatic traffic updates by text, email or social tools.

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