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Port Updates Construction Plan to Boost Jobs and Spending for COVID-19 Economic Recovery
The Port of Seattle Commission updated its 2020 construction plans to boost local COVID-19 economic recovery through project spending and hiring while enacting public health protocols developed with guidance from state and federal agencies. The updated plan allows the Port to continue approximately 20 projects currently under construction that qualify as essential sector work as previously authorized under Proclamation 20-25 and Governor Inslee’s memo on construction. For additional details, please review the links below.
 
Apr 29, 2020 – Governor’s Additional Guidance and FAQs on Construction Activities
Apr 28, 2020 – Port Updates Construction Plan for COVID-19 Economic Recovery
Apr 24, 2020 – Governor’s Implementation of Phase 1 Construction Restart
Apr 13, 2020 – Port’s List of Active Construction Projects
Apr 8, 2020 – Port Announces Temporary Suspension of Ongoing Construction
Mar 25, 2020 – Governor’s Construction Guidance – Stay Home, Stay Health Proclamation
Mar 24, 2020 – Port’s Request to Contractors for Updated Safety Plans

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