Three Week Look-Ahead 9/4 - 9/25

14 September, 2020

Below is your three week look-ahead from 9/4 - 9/25

Update as of 9/18

Issaquah-Fall City Road remains closed for construction. Local access will be maintained during the closure. The closure between 247th Place SE and Klahanie Dr. SE is still on schedule to last through the end of December 2020.

  1. Construction of the bridge is underway and on schedule to complete in December. The contractor is continuing to work on the bridge understructure by installing the concrete diaphragms between the beams (Small wall connections).
  2. Construction of the retaining walls and bridge approaches on the east and west side of the bridge is currently being built.
  3. Between 242nd and 247th Ave. SE, traffic remains on the south side of the roadway.Work continues along the north half of the roadway in this area. The contractor is installing the concrete curb and sidewalk along the north side and median islands. The contractor will also continue to work at the intersection of 247th Ave. SE near the middle school. During the week of September 21, the contractor will be placing asphalt along the north half of the site and at the intersection of 242nd, 247th and Klahanie Drive and Issaquah Fall City Road, as well as the intersection of 247th and SE 46th. There will be more construction traffic through the site as a result.

Please note that during peak delays, using the project detour route, Issaquah Beaver Lake Road to Issaquah Pine Lake Road, may result in shorter drive times. Please remember to obey all the stop signs and speed limits in the area.


Update as of 9/11

Issaquah-Fall City Road remains closed for construction. Local access will be maintained during the closure. The closure between 247th Place SE and Klahanie Dr. SE is still on schedule to last through the end of December 2020.

  1. Construction of the bridge is underway and on schedule to complete in December. The contractor is continuing to work on the bridge understructure by installing the concrete diaphragms between the beams. (Small wall connections)
  2. Construction of the retaining walls and bridge approach from 247th on the west side of the bridge is currently being built.
  3. Between 242nd and 247th Ave. SE, traffic remains on the south side of the roadway.Work continues along the north half of the roadway in this area. The contractor is installing the concrete curb and sidewalk along the north side and median islands. The contractor will also continue to work at the intersection of 247th Ave. SE near the middle school. Asphalt for the roadway and roundabout at 247th is scheduled to occur at the end of September.

Please note that during peak delays, using the project detour route, Issaquah Beaver Lake Road to Issaquah Pine Lake Road, may result in shorter drive times. Please remember to obey all the stop signs and speed limits in the area.


Update as of 9/4:

Issaquah-Fall City Road remains closed for construction. Local access will be maintained during the closure. The closure between 247th Place SE and Klahanie Dr. SE is still on schedule to last through the end of December 2020.

  1. The roundabout at SE Issaquah-Beaver Lake Rd./256th Ave. SE/SE 32nd St/E Beaver Lake Dr. SE is operational. There will be a contractor completing work on the sidewalks and wheelchair ramps during the week.
  2. Construction of the bridge is underway and on schedule to complete in December.
  3. Between 242nd and 247th Ave. SE, traffic remains on the south side of the roadway.Work continues along the north half of the roadway in this area. The contractor and the utility companies will be working on relocations in these limits. Grading work, concrete curb, and sidewalk placement have been extended due to work related to the underground utilities. The contractor will continue to work at the intersection of 247th Ave. SE near the middle school. Placement of asphalt is occured at the end of August.

Please note that during peak delays, using the project detour route, Issaquah Beaver Lake Road to Issaquah Pine Lake Road, may result in shorter drive times. Please remember to obey all the stop signs and speed limits in the area.

Daytime Project work hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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