Hexagon Geosystems is offereing an inexpensive short course on geotechnical monitoring in Denver in on July 21. Time is short, but it’s not too late to register. July 21 2016 – Hexagon Geosystems – Denver, […]
The August 2011 issue of Tunnel Boring Magazine contains a profile on Brierley Associates, an engineering firm specializing in tunnel design based in the Denver, Colorado area. The article provides some nice insight into the […]
The planning board for transportation improvements along the I-70 corridor in the Denver area of Colorado is pondering some improvements that, if implemented, could rival Boston’s "Big Dig" for cost. A high-speed train is being considered which alone could run $12 billion.
"A high-speed train is really the long-term solution, and . . . part of America’s long-term future is getting people out of single-occupancy vehicles," said Penny, Frisco town manager and head of the I-70 Coalition. He added that an I-70 project could outstrip Boston’s $14.8 billion "Big Dig."