Contact: Lesly Chan, Business Program Manager

Contact: Dawn McIntosh, P.E.

Project Engineer

Sound Transit Tacoma Dome Link Extension Project

Puget Sound Gateway Program

Our Current Featured Projects

SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV program

The Puget Sound Gateway Program is composed of two projects: the SR 167 Project in Pierce County and the SR 509 Project in King County. Both projects provide essential connections to the ports of Tacoma and Seattle, and will help ensure people and goods move more reliably through the region. Read more about this program here.

Total Budget: $1.88 billion

Quarterly Report (July-Sept 2019) available here.

SR 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program

The SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program is enhancing public safety and mobility by replacing the highway's aging, vulnerable bridges and making significant transit and roadway improvements through the corridor. Construction of planned improvements extends from I-5 in Seattle to I-405 in Bellevue. Read more about the program here.

Total Budget: $4.51 billion

Quarterly Report (July-Sept 2019) available here.

Contact: John White, P.E.

Deputy Program Administator

WSDOT Megaprograms

The SR 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program has contributed to the safety of the region by replacing the aged, seismically vulnerable elevated with a large diameter tunnel. The tunnel opened in February 2019 and provides a direct route through downtown Seattle. At the north end of the Battery Street Tunnel, the Program is rebuilding streets to reconnect neighborhoods seprarated by SR 99 since the 1950s. Read more about the program here.

Total Budget: $3.3 billion

Quarterly Report (July-Sept 2019) available here.

Regina Glenn, DBE/SBE Manager     |     425-295-4626

PCC is working with HDR Engineering on Sound Transit's final extension needed to complete light rail service between Tacoma and Seattle, Washington. The project will alleviate severely congested roadways in the South Sound corridor of I-5. As the Diversity Manager for the project, PCC is assisting small, MDVBE businesses.

The I-405/SR 167 Corridor Program consists of a series of long-term improvements guided by the I-405 Master Plan and SR 167 Corridor Plan. For two decades, WSDOT has worked with cities, counties, federal agencies, transit agencies and community groups to develop consensus on a long-term vision for the multimodal redevelopment of this highway that resulted in the Master Plan. Read more about the program here.

Total funding for the program: $2.8 billion

*Quarterly Report (July-Sept 2019): available here.

Contact: Ron Paananen, P.EManager & General Engineering Consultant (GEC) Manager

Washington State Convention Center Addition Project 

I-405/SR 167 Corridor Program

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Regina Glenn, Diversity Outreach Consultant     |   425-295-4626

In collaboration with Pine Street Group, PCC is the Outreach Manager for the Washington State Convention Center Addition Project. 

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    • $65 million to $70 million for diverse and small businesses
    • $18+ million to date with about 50 minority, veteran, and women-owned companies and small businesses, including scopes in architecture, engineering, surveying, commissioning, peer review, appraisal services, project controls, environmental consultants, etc.

Regina Glenn, Diversity and Inclusion Manager for WSDOT Megaprograms   |   206-770-3520 -Direct

WSDOT has four major programs currently in the works (grouped together, they are called Megaprograms). Below are details about the 4 programs.

Details about the programs is from the Megaprograms Diversity and Inclusive Contracting Quarterly report:

Julie Meredith's report - April-June 2019, available here.

Julie Meredith's report - July-September 2019, available here.

See the timeline on pages two and three of the above linked reports.

To see the individual program reports, click on the reports within the info boxes about each program below (noted with an asterisk).