Ten Top Projects for 1988Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1988, Vol. 58, Issue 7, Pg. 68-71
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The other Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement nominees make up an impressive collection of projects. They are notable for innovative management techniques, state-of-the-art engineering technology and the integration of environmental and humanitarian concerns. The 1988 OCEA roundup has everything from a vertical lift bridge as big as a football field to what may be America's most beautiful highway. The projects include: The 108 ft by 320 ft Danziger Vertical Lift Bridge; the new 10 mi Franconia Notch Highway; the $325 million Renton Treatment Plant effluent transfer system outfall project; a $500,000 Cove Road slope restoration project in Dana Point, Calif.; the reconstruction of the most dangerous stretch of Chicago's Lake Shore Drive; the $73 million Los Angeles Aqueduct Filtration Plant; Pennsylvania's Stage I light rail reconstruction project; the Akron composting facility; and United Airlines Concourse B at Denver, Colo.'s Stapleton Airport.
Subject Headings: Highway bridges | Construction management | Railroad bridges | Light (artificial) | Movable bridges | Pesticides | Environmental issues | Innovation | North America | California | Los Angeles | United States
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