What’s Happening? Intercity Transit’s contractor, Rognlin’s, Inc., began construction of the Underground Storage Tank (UST) Replacement project located at 526 Pattison Street, SE, Olympia on May 1, 2017. The project is anticipated to continue through February 2018. Work includes: Installation of on-site storm water improvements and other site infrastructure Preparation and installation of new underground fuel tanks Construction of a new fuel canopy building Concrete and asphalt paving Decommissioning of existing in-ground fuel tanks Minor rehabilitation work within the existing maintenance building Landscaping and minor right-of-way improvements Neighborhood Construction Impacts Construction activities will occur between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., weekdays. There will be minimal traffic impacts. Neighborhoods can expect some incidental noise and dust related to operating heavy machinery. More about the UST Replacement Project Intercity Transit is committed to protecting the environment and groundwater resources. The existing single-walled underground storage tanks are aging and past their useful life. Installation of new, double-walled larger fuel tanks will help to meet the current environmental standards and future fueling needs of Intercity Transit. This project is the first phase of planned improvements to support long-term maintenance and operations of Intercity Transit’s fleet. Questions or Concerns? Contact Tammy Ferris, Procurement Coordinator, at 360.705.5818, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue to check this page for updates on the Underground Storage Tank Replacement construction project.