The State of Washington DOT is constructing a revision to a major intersection where two highways connect. The contractor has been making major surface revisions, and installing a sewer main into the county owned right-of-way, which provides the private access to my rental property. This county right-of-way is a side street in the immediate area of the highway, but is seperate from the major roadwork. This has been in progress for quite some time now, and the access leading to my driveway has been mostly left in a condition involving deep holes, mud, and barely wide enough to drive on. Steel plates that spanned open trenches were removed for work, and access was not possible, without replacement of the steel plates to drive over. The latest issue involved the complete unannounced trenching, directly in front of my private easement, which prevented access for several hours. Calls to the local DOT project manager have been made, and several heated discussions with construction crews have taken place, but it appears that the contractor has free run to get the job done, without regard for residents needing reasonable access to their property. Are there any laws that may help me to get the DOT/contractors attention?