EasyPark Garages Renovation Project Phase III – May 1, 2017

May 01, 2017

EasyPark Garages Renovation Project Phase III – May 1, 2017

Anchorage, AK – May 1, 2017 – EasyPark parking garages are getting renovated. A construction contract has been awarded to Concrete & Masonry who will be coordinating with Gunnar Malm & Associates, Inc. and local Anchorage engineering firm BBFM Engineers, Inc. for facility structural improvements during the summer of 2017.

Work will occur at 7th & G, 6th & H, and 5th & B parking garages. Construction begins May 8, 2017 and is expected to finish up during the month of August. The work consists of garage sealant removal/replacement, crack repairs, concrete repair, traffic membrane repair, application of silane water-repellant, and line striping.

Main construction will occur at the 7th & G parking garage this year. The following impacts are expected:

  • Construction will be approximately 6 weeks.
  • May 5-May 7, 2017 – No parking available on levels 1-2.
  • Basement will be closed for parking from May 4, 2017 until the end of June.
  • Parking space closures and temporary new traffic patterns will occur.
  • Chipping and demolition will occur within the parking garage from 7am-4:30pm. During this phase, it is expected that a noise impact will occur.

Please be alert for workers, signage, barricades, materials and assorted equipment. Please drive slowly in the parking garage while construction is occurring.


EasyPark will be updating the public on its construction blog located at www.easyparkalaska.com as well as on their social media pages, Facebook and Twitter. If you have any parking challenges, please call our office at 276-7275.





Founded in 1984, the Anchorage Community Development Authority (ACDA) is a public corporate authority for the Municipality of Anchorage. ACDA's parking division, EasyPark, manages more than 6,000 parking spaces in downtown Anchorage. ACDA's parking mission is to provide convenient and safe parking services for the Municipality of Anchorage.

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