Capital Projects are all aspects of capital construction projects, major and minor building construction and repair, and remodel or renovation projects. These projects are spearheaded by Rose Mesec, Capital Projects Manager and Stephanie Teachman, Executive Director.


The Science, Engineering, and Technology (SET) Building

Exterior of the SET building

The SET Building is an exciting new student and faculty space that is coming to the campus! The building will have three level stories and nearly 70,000 square feet, which will be situated at the north side of Mountlake Terrace Hall. It will house several student study programs and faculty offices.

Construction phases of SET:

  • Phase 1 - Removal of the Pilchuck and Glacier Buildings. Reconfiguration of Parking Lot E.
  • Phase 2 - Site work at the north area of Mountlake Terrace Hall.
  • Phase 3 - Construction building begins.
  • Phase 4 - Construction finishes and parking lot work.

Building drawing of SET Building:

CAUTION: Please plan ahead and allow extra time as parking will be impacted during construction. Link to map of parking optionsedcc.edu/campus

More info: edcc.edu/SETBuilding

Brier Student Lounge: Fall 2018

The second phase remodeling of the Brier Student Diversity Center project was completed in 2018, which involved enclosing the second floor deck area near the Game Room to provide lounging area for students.


North Campus buildings siding repairs and repaint: Spring 2018

The North Campus buildings (Clearview, Maltby, Cedar and Olympic) received restorations that included stucco and siding repairs and repainting. All work was completed by june 15, 2018.

Monroe Hall (Electric): Winter 2018

Electric upgrades were completed during winter 2018 at the Monroe Hall to provide additional power capacity for the engineering program equipment.

Demolition of the Relocatable Building (RLH): December 2017

Removal of the RLH Building that once housed the CIT program took place during the winter break.

East Parking Lot: November 2017

The first phase of the Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) Building project involved the removal of the Pilchuck and Glacier Buildings and reconfiguration of Parking Lot E. The project added parking spaces to compensate for parking that will be lost near the new building site.

Brier Hall - Student Diversity Center: September 2017

The brier Student Diversity Center has expanded into its new home and is in the newly remodeled space that formerly housed the Game Room, which includes reflection room and sitting areas. The Game Room is now at the newly remodeled space on the second floor and it is over 1,100 square feet with pool tables, computer stations, TV monitors, sitting and gaming areas.

2016 Master Plan