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The statewide list…

Click on the link below to see the long list of projects across the state. (I'll have a pdf link up soon.)

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WASHINGTON JOBS NOW
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
Hogue Hall Addition (Ellensburg)
Hogue Hall, home to the Department of Industrial & Engineering Technology, will have a 57,700 square foot addition plus a 28,160 square foot renovation of the existing Hogue Hall (36,423 GSF), and will include new classrooms, computer labs, offices, engineering/technology based labs, and multi-media classrooms. This project meets the demand for programs in the Department of Industrial and Engineering Technology. $18,202,000
COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES
Green River Community College: Humanities and Classroom Building (Auburn)
Construct a 69,762 square foot facility to provide general classroom and office space for business, English, humanities, and social science departments. This building will replace six buildings, providing a modern, technologically enhanced educational environment. $31,552,000
Columbia Basin College: Vocational Building (Pasco)
Construct a 65,000 square foot building to replace the Vocational Building. This facility will provide an efficient, effective, and safe learning atmosphere for four occupational areas: automotive technology, auto-body, welding, and machine technology plus the material science program. $21,204,000
Spokane Falls Community College: Chemistry and Life Science Bldg. (Spokane)
Construct a new 69,825 square foot science building to replace the Chemistry and Life Sciences Building. The new building will include classrooms and laboratories with updated technology and teaching spaces, as well as support space and offices. $29,263,000
Spokane Community College: Building 7 Renovation (Spokane)
Renovate the former Science Building for new instruction programs—radiology technology and biomedical equipment technician; and relocate the Student Health and Wellness Center, physical education and speech programs and the college computer services department. This project will completely renovate and reconfigure Building 7. $9,748,000
Spokane Falls Community College: Music Building 15 Renovation (Spokane)
Renovate and expand the Music Building to consolidate all of the music programs, create appropriate layout of program space, and focus on energy conservation by updating the HVAC system, replacing single pane windows, and insulating the building. $13,806,000
Spokane Community College: Technical Education Building
Spokane Community College will construct a new 70,000 square foot technical education building to house related manufacturing, construction, and technical training programs in a facility specifically designed for those programs. The programs will share the use of technical training shops and laboratories. $32,335,000
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Everett Community College: Infrastructure (Everett)
A failing primary distribution system requires the replacement of cable feeders, switches, and transformers. $2,061,000
EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
Minor Works - Health, Safety & Code Compliance (Cheney)
These projects replace deficient fire alarm detection systems, repair items in non-compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act, update worn-out elevator system components, repair non-compliant building code items, update campus security systems, replace outdated exterior lighting systems, and repair worn-out or failed safety components of the domestic water system. $2,500,000
Minor Works - Facility Preservation (Cheney)
The facility preservation program addresses roof replacements, building energy management systems upgrades, access controls updates, landscape improvements, pedestrian walkways, building interior improvements, building exterior improvements, and facilities condition assessments. $950,000
Minor Works - Infastructure Preservation (Cheney)
Infrastructure preservation projects focus on upgrades and renewal of segments of the campus infrastructure. These projects include water systems improvements, steam line replacement, waste and storm water improvements, electrical upgrades, and campus utility meters. $1,000,000
Minor Works - Program (Cheney)
Minor work program projects include campus Americans with Disabilities Act non-compliance mitigation, multimedia-enhanced classrooms, classroom improvements, facilities network upgrades, Cheney Hall second floor improvements, interior space renovations, campus water conservation program, campus walkway improvements, Showalter Hall first floor improvements, playfield improvements, campus gateway monuments, emergent needs, and record drawing electronic conversion. $2,000,000
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
WSU Vancouver: Applied Technology and Classroom Building (Vancouver)
Construction funding is requested for 2009-11 to build a new Washington State University engineering teaching and research facility that will meet some of the employment needs of southwest Washington and the entire state in computer science and electrical engineering. The proposal, prepared in cooperation with the Washington Technology Center, is the number one capital budget priority in the WSU system. The building includes specialized laboratories, engineering classrooms, departmental offices, and support spaces to serve students in computer science and engineering. $38,676,000
WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
Miller Hall Renovation (Bellingham)
Miller Hall is a 134,190 square foot academic facility first constructed in 1943 and enlarged in 1968. The Miller Hall Renovation project will provide a comprehensive renewal of numerous aging building systems, provide improved disabled access to classrooms, labs and offices, and allow reprogramming of academic space when the Psychology Department relocates to the new Academic Instructional Center in late 2008. $57,500,000
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DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
South Close Complex (Walla Walla)
This project will continue construction of the South Close Project at the Washington State Penitentiary, including the vocational education space and Correctional Industries production space. The project also improves the recreation yard, installs perimeter detection, and improves roads and lighting. $14,276,000
McNeil Island Replacement/Stabilization of Siding (Steilacoom)
This project replaces the completely failed exterior siding system to stop damage and extend the life expectancy of Housing Units A, B, C, D, E, and F at the McNeil Island Corrections Center. $3,816,000
Clallam Bay Corrections Center Install Close Custody Slider Doors (Clallam County)
This project will install slider doors and a fire protection sprinkler system in the Close Custody Housing Units. The other work to be performed includes pass drawer replacement at the control booths, refinishing of offender shower stalls, installing close-circuit camera systems in the buildings, installing a new service switchboard, and re-configuring the two existing emergency generators, and installing a third generator at the Clallam Bay Corrections Center. $2,160,000
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
Molecular Engineering Building (King County)
This new facility will provide a modern learning and research environment to support interdisciplinary teaching and research in molecular engineering and related disciplines. This new building will enable students, faculty and researchers to utilize state-of-the-art equipment and laboratories. The new building will include approximately 100,000 square feet of vibration-free program space. About half of the building is envisioned to be fitted with wet laboratory space with the remaining space dedicated to dry laboratories, office and support space. This building will help maintain and attract instructors and students to keep the UW and the State of Washington at the forefront in the field of engineering and related research. $69,554,000
Tacoma Phase III (Pierce County)
This project will renovate the Joy Building and add a fourth floor to provide additional classroom and faculty office space to support expanded and new degree programs and will serve to transition the campus toward the new four-year curriculum. The project scope will include renovation of all major building components as well as an expanded footprint and the addition of a fourth story to provide a total of approximately 70,000 square feet of program space. The project will provide new capacity to accommodate at least 600 additional student FTEs. $34,000,000
DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY
Centennial Clean Water Program (Various)
This funding will provide for construction of water pollution control facilities in various small communities throughout the state. Water quality issues associated with both urban and rural activities will be addressed. $2,000,000
Orphaned & Abandoned Site Cleanup - City parcel site in Spokane (Spokane)
This project will remove polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) contamination from the soil, thereby preventing contamination of the ground water. $1,277,000
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Orphaned & Abandoned Site Cleanup - Country Junction Store (Kitsap County)
This project will remove hazardous chemicals currently contaminating the site. Once completed, the site will be available for productive use and/or redevelopment. $375,000
Orphaned & Abandoned Site Cleanup - Darrington Exxon (Snohomish County)
This project will remove hazardous chemicals currently contaminating the site. Once completed, the site will be available for productive use and/or redevelopment. $300,000
Orphaned & Abandoned Site Cleanup - Phillips residential property (Pierce County)
This project will remove hazardous chemicals currently contaminating the site. Once completed, the site will be available for productive use and/or redevelopment. $200,000
Orphaned & Abandoned Site Cleanup - R.A. Barnes site (Klickitat County)
This project will remove hazardous chemicals currently contaminating the site. Once completed, the site will be available for productive use and/or redevelopment. $425,000
Orphaned & Abandoned Site Cleanup - Wilkerson LUST site (Pierce County)
This project will remove hazardous chemicals currently contaminating the site. Once completed, the site will be available for productive use and/or redevelopment. $250,000
Flood Control (Various)
This project will repair and enhance flood control facilities; install flood warning systems; elevate residential and commercial structures; and complete emergency repair projects in various areas across the state. $1,000,000
Foster Links Joint Reclaimed Water Project (Tukwila)
This project will construct a reclaimed water facility for the city of Tukwila in cooperation with King County Wastewater Treatment. $182,250
Soil Safety - General Butler Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Jennifer Conn Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Kathleen Painter Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Kidz Academy Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Kimberly Cline Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Kindergarten House Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Kris Ohanu Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
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Soil Safety - Lakesha Davis Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Lalaine Jansuy Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Lee Ann Hawks Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Lena Humbert Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Leta Penton Daycare (Chelan County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Levette Michel Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Lorraine Hudson Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Lydia Matthews Daycare (Yakima County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Mary Blakey Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $10,000
Soil Safety - Mary Devine Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - New Jerusalem School (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Nichelle Fredrickson Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - North Tacoma Montessori (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $10,000
Soil Safety - Patricia Irish Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $60,000
Soil Safety - Phylis Henry Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Rebecca Jones Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
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Soil Safety - Refugee and Immigrant Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $10,000
Soil Safety - Sandra Hart Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Sunset Christian Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Tracey Thomas Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $20,000
Soil Safety - Tracy Holmes Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - University Sunshine Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - YMCA Morgan Family Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Autum Peele Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Carmen Relano Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Children’s Life Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Children’s Villa Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Chrystal Kelly Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Coleen Shearer Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Crystal Wyant Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Cynthia Brinkerhoff Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Diane Vomaske Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
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Soil Safety - Eline Gibson Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Elizabeth Marshall Daycare (Pierce County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Soil Safety - Evon Fernandez Daycare (King County)
This project will remove arsenic and lead soil contaminations at this site. $30,000
Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund (Various)
This funding will assist local governments in constructing water pollution control facilities including wastewater treatment plants, combined sewer overflow reduction facilities, main sewers, and stormwater control projects. $30,000,000
Stormwater Retrofit & Low Impact Development Implementation (Various)
This funding will provide support to local governments striving to address complex water quality problems associated with stormwater through the retrofit of inadequate stormwater infrastructure and implementation of low-impact development statewide. $2,000,000
STATE RECREATION AND CONSERVATION FUNDING BOARD
Washington Wildlife Recreation Program - Palouse City Park (Palouse)
This project will renovate the Palouse City Park. $12,000
Washington Wildlife Recreation Program - Multi-purpose sports turf (Issaquah)
This project will install a multi-purpose sports turf field in Central Park. $500,000
Washington Wildlife Recreation Program - Rocky Hill Park (Liberty Lake)
$503,500
Washington Wildlife Recreation Program - Mt. Si Trail (King County)
$170,000
Washington Wildlife Recreation Program - Willapa Hills Trail (Lewis County)
$300,000
Washington Wildlife Recreation Program - Chambers Creek N. Dock (Pierce County)
$750,000
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Family Forest Fish Passage (Various)
This project will remove fish passage barriers on small forest landowners properties, effectively opening up miles of stream and fish habitat. $1,665,480
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STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Livestock Nutrient Program (Various)
This project provides landowners with financial assistance from local conservation districts to voluntarily implement conservation systems on working lands. As a result, water quality will improve, and diverse healthy landscapes will develop with sustainable economic use of natural resources. $4,000,000
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY, TRADE, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Alternative Energy Investments (Various)
This project will install alternative energy equipment in government-owned facilities. $10,000,000
WASHINGTON STATE PARKS COMMISSION
Small Park Projects (Various)
$1,433,000
DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE
Skookumchuck Hatchery (TBD)
$3,728,000
TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS
I-405 Braided Ramps Interchange Improvement ($277,000,000)
This project relieves congestion in the vicinity of the I-405/SR 520 Interchange caused by the weave between the eastbound SR 520 offramp to 124th Avenue and the onramp from northbound I-405 to eastbound SR 520. Improves vertical clearance at the NE 12th Street crossing. The reduced congestion will result in a decrease in the number of collissions.
North Spokane Corridor ($15,000,000)
This investment continues work on the North Spokane Corridor, including grading of the southbound alignment from Freya to Parksmith and the construction of the Lincoln and Gerlach bridges.
Chip Seal Pavements ($6,000,000)
Chip seal pavements are appropriate for roads that carry fewer than 5,000 vehicles and/or 200 trucks per day. Chip seal roads typically have six to eight years of performance life and are the least expensive type of pavement to preserve. State stimulus chip seal pavement preservation projects are:
• SR 14/Cliffs Road to Chamberlain/Goodnoe Road
• SR 103/177th Street to Bay Street
• SR 155/Omak eastward
• SR 243/Mattawa vicinity
• SR 262/Potholes Reservoir area
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Hot Mix Asphalt Pavements ($33,000,000)
Hot mix asphalt is used on roads with higher traffic volumes. The average life of asphalt roads is 16.5 years in Western Washington and 11.3 years in Eastern Washington due to seasonal temperatures (statewide average 14.7 years). State stimulus asphalt preservation projects to address pavement due for replacement are:
• US 195/Idaho State Line to Colton - Paving
• US 395/Loon Lake to Immel Road - Paving
• SR 282/Ephrata South - Paving
• SR 17/Grant County Airport North - Paving
• US 2/Jct SR 211 to Newport - Paving
• US 395/Spokane Co. Line to Loon Lake - Paving
Portland Concrete Cement ($59,000,000)
Concrete pavements last between 25 and 45 years. It is used on the most heavily traveled interstates and is typically the most expensive pavement to preserve. State stimulus projects concrete preservation are:
• I-5/Martin Way to 48th Street - Concrete Rehab
• I-82/Granger to W. Grandview Westbound - Dowel Bar Retrofit/Concrete Rehab
• I-90/Snoqualmie Summit to Hyak Westbound - Dowel Bar Retrofit/Concrete Rehab
• US 195/Hatch Road to Junction I-90 - Northbound - Dowel Bar Retrofit
• I-5/SR 532 vicinity to Starbird Road vicinity - Concrete Rehab
• I-5/North Kelso to Castle Rock - Stage 2 - Concrete Rehab
• I-90/E Easton Road Interchange vicinity to Bullfrog Road Interchange Westbound - Concrete Rehab




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