Empowering, Informing, and Connecting Our College Community

Capital Projects

Rose Mesec
Capital Projects Manager
Phone:  425.640.1420
Email:  rose.mesec@edcc.edu

Upcoming Projects

Bridge Removal -- Dec. 9 to Dec. 31, 2016

The courtyard near the Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace buildings will get a new look with the removal of the bridge between the two buildings. This project was made necessary due to safety concerns and also the cost to repair becoming increasingly unsustainable. The future will bring a new redesign to the courtyard space with the goal of bringing the campus together for meeting and events.

Brier Student Diversity Center – projected to start late Jan. and end in June 2017

The Brier Student Diversity Center is expanding and getting a new home.  The Diversity Center will move into a newly remodeled space that now houses the game room. The new space will be over 1,700 square feet and include several sitting areas, tables, computer stations, a reflection room and an office. The game room will move to the second floor into another newly remodeled space. It will be over 1,100 square feet, include pool tables, computer stations, TV monitors, sitting and gaming areas. A third potential space addition is a lounge that will be built by enclosing the second floor deck area near the new game room.

Golf Course Parking Expansion – Feb. 2017 to Mar. 2017

This City of Lynnwood project will add 55 golf course parking spots to the parking areas south of the Woodway building.  There will be truck traffic moving through the south campus drive and through the southwest parking areas while the work takes place.

SET Building – projected  to start spring 2017 and ending sometime in 2019

The Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) Building is an exciting new student and faculty space that is coming to campus! The SET building is a three story building of nearly 70,000 square feet that will be situated at the north side of Mountlake Terrace.  It will house several student study programs plus faculty offices and IT infrastructure. The project will be constructed in phases with the first phase encompassing the removal of the Pilchuck and Glacier buildings and the reconfiguration of parking lot E. The second phase is the site work that will take place in the area north of Mountlake Terrace to get everything ready for the new building. Next is the key phase of constructing the building itself. Lastly the project will finish with more site and parking lot work.

2016 Master Plan