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New sculpture coming to Capitol Campus

A new sculpture that becomes part of the state’s public art collection will be installed April 28-May 2 in the Helen Sommers Building on the  Capitol Campus in Olympia. 

April 21 rally to bring estimated 2,000 to Capitol Campus

Enterprise Services has issued a permit for a rally this weekend that organizers say could bring up to 2,000 people to the state Capitol Campus in Olympia. The event is expected to affect traffic and parking on the campus. 

Many rally participants are expected to openly carry firearms, as allowed under state law. There is no prohibition against openly carrying guns on the grounds of the state Capitol Campus in Olympia. 

Test drive an electric vehicle on the Capitol Campus Feb. 20

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Enterprise Services Fleet Operations will be hosting an electric vehicle “ride & drive” event, in partnership with Western Washington Clean Cities and Oregon’s Forth. This event will provide an opportunity for state workers to sit in, drive and learn about a variety of electric vehicles, including the Chevy Bolt and Volt, Ford Focus EV, BMW i3, Nissan Leaf, Kia Soul EV, Tesla 3, electric bicycles, motorcycles and more.

Fifth Avenue Dam repair project begins Dec. 26

The Department of Enterprise Services will oversee repairs for downtown Olympia's Fifth Avenue Dam beginning Dec. 26, with work potentially extending into early spring.

This $195,000 project comprises a series of critical repairs to keep the dam located between Budd Inlet and Capitol Lake operational.

Seattle School District celebrates new cross-laminated timber modular classrooms

Pilot project brings potential environmental and economic benefits as well as efficiency in construction process

The Seattle School District is celebrating completion of new modular classrooms using an innovative new building product called cross-laminated timber (CLT) under a pilot project funded by the state Legislature and overseen by the state Department of Enterprise Services.

Toppenish School District celebrates new cross-laminated timber modular classrooms

Pilot project brings potential environmental and economic benefits as well as efficiency in construction process

The Toppenish School District is celebrating completion of its first new modular classrooms using an innovative new building product called of cross-laminated timber (CLT) under a pilot project funded by the state Legislature and overseen by the state Department of Enterprise Services.

Sequim School District celebrates new cross-laminated timber modular classrooms

Pilot project brings potential environmental and economic benefits as well as efficiency in construction process

The Sequim School District is celebrating completion new modular classrooms built using an innovative new building product called of cross-laminated timber (CLT) under a pilot project funded by the state Legislature and overseen by the state Department of Enterprise Services.

New website provides information on statewide disparity study for contracts and purchasing

A website has been launched to provide information about Washington’s statewide disparity study for minority-, women- and veteran-owned businesses in state contracts and purchasing.

The site, wastate.disparity-study.com, is maintained by Colette Holt & Associates, who has been contracted to conduct the study. The Department of Enterprise Services will provide oversight of the study on behalf of the state.

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