We understand that construction can be challenging for nearby neighbors. We have a number of resources to help you get details about planned activities and find information on how to live, work, play and get around during construction. Since the start of construction, the project has offered several open houses (online and in person), held 21 monthly meetings and created pop-up project information stations in seven locations.
Please be sure to sign up below to receive project email updates.
24-hour phone line for urgent Montlake Project construction issues (text or call)
Meet with Graham
Join our project team at an online drop-in session this month. Bring your questions and comments about this online open house.
Follow the links to register:
One‑stop shop for construction information during the Montlake Project www.sr520construction.com/ConstructionMap
Receive regular email updates regarding common construction activities.
Email us to be added to our distribution list: SR520Bridge@wsdot.wa.gov
Find information and project updates for the SR 520 Montlake Project.
SR 520 Diversity and Inclusion Program
We seek to understand, be sensitive to, and employ a workforce that reflects the many diverse communities we serve. We have a 26% voluntary inclusion goal for Minority, Small, Veteran and Women Owned Business Enterprise and Disadvantage Business Enterprise (MSVWBE and DBE) firms:
- Minority: 10%
- Small: 5%
- Veteran: 5%
- Women: 6%
Subcontractors interested in working with Graham, the prime contractor for the Montlake Project, should contact Darling Nava to set up one-on-one meetings as needed:
Darling Nava, Inclusion Resource Specialist
For other questions about WSDOT’s Diversity and Inclusion Program, contact Regina Glenn:
Regina Glenn, WSDOT Megaprograms Diversity and Inclusion Manager
SR 520 Ombudsman David Goldberg
As a community liaison, the ombudsman helps WSDOT better understand the public’s concerns and, whenever possible, helps develop options to address issues.