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...

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...

Central Artery Utility Crossings

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...

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...

Analysis of Central Artery Tunnel Slurry Walls

Structural Design of the MHD's Third Harbor Tunnel

Design of Central Artery/Tunnel Ventilation Building No. 4

Properties of Lightweight Flowable Concrete Fill

Boston's Unique Steel Box Girder Design

Design of the Boston Harbor 15.3 KM Ocean Outfall Tunnel

Boston Harbor Project: Construction Logistics

Water Resources Planning for the 20th Century

To Filter or Not To Filter: Boston's Two Track Approach to Compliance With the SDWA

Planning and Design of the MetroWest Water Supply Tunnel for the Boston Region

Leaking Plumbing Fixtures and Water Conservation

Living Within Our Means: A Successful Demand-side Water Resources Plan for Boston

Case Study: Design Considerations for the St. James Avenue Sewer Restoration in Boston

Marine Construction of the Boston Outfall





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