Environmental Design and Construction Response on Highway Relocations for Mountain Reservoirby Phillip L. Cole, Resident Engr.; Libby Project, Libby, MT,
Sydney Steinborn, (F.ASCE), Chf.; Engrg. Div., U.S. Army Dist., Seattle, WA,
Serial Information: Journal of the Construction Division, 1974, Vol. 100, Issue 1, Pg. 7-25
Document Type: Journal Paper
Environmental design for highway relocation construction is difficult to implement solely by increasing the volume of written specifications. Specifications may be supplemented by illustrated manuals showing how particular operations can minimize environmental damage. For long term, effective environmental protection during construction requires attitude changes by planning, design, inspecting and construction forces at all levels in every organization. Future contracts may tell a contractor how to do a job and with what equipment.
Subject Headings: Highway and road design | Infrastructure construction | Environmental issues | Sustainable development | Reservoirs | Mountains | Inspection | Business organizations
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