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.
Geotechnical drilling has commenced for a massive Australian rail that will consist of Australia’s longest rail tunnel at 15.5km between Epping and Kellyville. The overall route will be 23km long. The investigations consist of 150 […]
The proposed tunnel to replace the seismically deficient Alaskan Way Viaduct in Downtown Seattle is no stranger to controversy. This article highlights recent discussions regarding the cost of the project. Washington Governor Chris Gregoire declared […]
This video from RockWare shows a 4D Google Earth tour of a simulated groundwater contamination plume migration created using several tools in their RockWorks software package.