Structural Evaluation of Hultman Aqueduct

Installation of an Reinforced Concrete Sewer Through the Basement of an Existing Six-Story Building

A Nine Pipe Jacked Crossing of I-93 in Downtown Boston

Treatment and Stabilization of Dredged Harbor Bottom Sediments; Central Artery/Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts

Using Trenchless Technologies and Interceptor Relief for CSO Control in East Boston, Massachusetts

The New St. James Avenue Interceptor Boston, MA

Combined Structural and Non-Structural Flood Hazard Mitigation

Boston's Third Harbor Tunnel (Available only in Focus on Geo/Environmental Special Issue)
Boston's immersed marine tube, the Third Harbor Tunnel, connecting South Boston and Logan Airport, is a $226 million component of the multi-billion dollar Central Artery/Third...

Central Artery/Tunnel (CA/T) Project Environmental Permitting
The Central Artery/Tunnel Project is one of the largest public infrastructure projects in the United States. As such it poses major environmental planning and design challenges. The environmental...

Boston's Home Run
The $1.3 billion Ted Williams Tunnel, the first part of Boston's Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project to be completed, has been designated the Outstanding Civil Engineering...

An Interception by Boston
Engineers in Boston were recently challenged to design a rehabilitation and replacement for sections of the 60-year-old St. James Avenue sewer system. Approximately 20,000 vehicles per...

The Return of Deep Soil Mixing
Deep soil mixing, a technique originally developed in the U.S. in the 1970s but virtually ignored because for cost reasons, is regaining acceptance here due in large part to mechanical...

Geotechnical Instrumentation for Boston's Central Artery/Tunnel Project: An Overview

Central Artery Utility Crossings

Boston Blockbuster
The Central Artery/Tunnel project in Boston is probably the single largest publicly-funded transportation project in the country at present. The total cost will be between $8 and $10 billion...

Water Quality Impacts of Dredging and Disposal Operations in Boston Harbor
The Massachusetts Port Authority is presently planning a navigation improvement project in the port of Boston, consisting of dredging the 10.7 m (35 ft) deep channels and berths in the...

Structural Design of the MHD's Third Harbor Tunnel

Unbraced Circular Cofferdam for Boston's Third Harbor Tunnel

Design of Central Artery/Tunnel Ventilation Building No. 4

Design and Construction of Two Circular Towers in Boston





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