A nifty BIM-type view of the proposed bored tunnel for Washington SR 99, the tunnel to replace the aging Alaskan Way Viaduct along Seattle’s waterfront. It’s pretty neat to see the piles and foundations for other structures and major utilities as the bore passes by them. A little on the longer size, at around 5 minutes.
Schnabel Engineering has opened a new office in the Pacific Northwest to service their dam engineering clients. Two dam engineers from their Greensboro, N.C. office relocated there to get it established. They have been working for […]
A bicyclist went around the barricades at the California Highway 1 Devil’s Slide Tunnel project after work hours and rode his bike through one of the tunnels, recording video as he went. I don’t advocate […]
On the island nation of Singapore land is at a premium, so a planned petrochemical storage facility is being constructed 150 meters under the sea floor. The article does not give the total underground storage […]