Complete: This project removed the former landscape and garden beds in front of the Department of Transportation and Employment Security buildings so crews could replace the failing waterproof membrane on the roof of the Plaza Garage and replaced the landscape. Learn more.
Aged roofs are being replaced on the Cherberg and Insurance buildings this summer. The replacements will alleviate chronic leaks in the Cherberg Building as well as water damage in the Insurance Building. There will be noise, pedestrian, parking and traffic impacts.
Complete: Sidewalks as well as ADA access were improved throughout the Capitol Campus. The project also included new ADA access into and throughout the Sunken Garden. Learn more.
A project to clean and repair the historic Capitol Court building's exterior sandstone, replace doors and fully restore the building's wood window frames will began Sept. 30. There will be noise, parking and pedestrian impacts as well as dust at times. Learn more.
This spring and summer, DES crews have been busy improving the campus "curb appeal" as well as pollinator habitat with more flowers that bring color to both East and West Campus – a mix of perennials, annuals and wildflowers. Crews also hung banners that reflect the diversity of eastern and western Washington on 20 light posts along the north and south diagonals on the Capitol Campus. Learn more.