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.
Drilled shafts have been installed by Malcolm Drilling to form the secant pile retaining walls to support the 400 ft x 80 ft x 80 ft launch pit for the SR 99 tunnel boring machine […]
This is a really nice video for folks new to the industry who want to learn about drilled shafts. It has some great photos and hits the high points of what the advantages of drilled […]
The German Chancellor and Chinese Premier toured a Herrenchnecht facility in China’s Guangzhou Province where Tunnel Boring Machines are manufactured for many of China and Asia’s high-profile tunnel projects. Herrenknecht maintains nine locations in China […]