Seattle’s Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement Project is a political lightning rod, but this amazing simulation video released by WSDOT underscores what COULD happen if a significant earthquake struck the Seattle Downtown Waterfront area.
The Landslide Blog posted this amazing video of a debris flow, or series of debris flows in the town of Virgen, Austria. The flows happened towards the beginning of August after some heavy rainfall. This […]
An article about DBM Contractors of Federal Way, Washington. They are a specialty geotechnical contractor and are working on the Capital Hill Station for the Sound Transit light rail system in the Seattle Metro area. […]
The Alaskan Way Viaduct tunneling project was in the news late last year when settlement of the Viaduct was reported during the dewatering efforts for the Bertha TBM rescue shaft. A recent post by WSDOT […]