#21. Federal Way Transit Center

Photo courtesy PCL Construction Services
Concrete slabs were recently poured for the Federal Way Transit Center.

31621 23rd Ave. S., Federal Way

(original contract)

Start of construction:
July 12, 2004

Expected completion date:
Late 2005, with occupancy in
February 2006


The Federal Way Transit Center will provide needed parking and offer connections to local and regional buses. The existing Federal Way Park and Ride has 900 parking spots and is constantly overcrowded.

The five-story transit center will have a cast-in-place, post-tensioned concrete parking garage with 1,200 parking stalls. It will have three elevators and four stairwells with handicap access. Closed-circuit television cameras will be used to monitor the facility.

There will be a drop-off area on the first floor, and a pedestrian bridge will link the second floor to a transit island. Covered waiting areas at 11 bus bays will protect passengers from the weather.

The transit island will include a transit supervisorís office and transit monitors that will update passengers on scheduled bus routes.

Public art will be showcased throughout the plaza area.

The project includes dedicated space for transit-oriented development in areas to the north and south of the parking garage.



PCL Construction Services, 15405 S.E. 37th St., Bellevue, WA 98006,
(425) 454-8020


Hewitt Architects, 119 Pine St., Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98101,
(206) 624-8154

Murase Associates, 200 E. Boston St., Seattle, WA 98102,
(206) 322-4937


KPFF Consulting Engineers, 1601 Fifth Ave., Suite 1600, Seattle, WA 98101,
(206) 622-5822

Construction management:

Harris and Associates


Sound Transit

Other Participants
AAR Testing Laboratories
CDi Engineers
Coates Surveying Services
Elcon Associates
Elevator Consulting Services
J. Harper Contractors
KJM & Associates
Med-Tox Northwest
Pacific Project Management
Pac Rim Geotechnical
Rider, Hunt, Levett and Bailey
The Transpo Group
White Shield

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