Tag: tunnel

Tunneling to Connect Fort Worth

By David Wallace, P.E. Along the south side of downtown Fort Worth, Texas sits Interstate 30, Tower 55 Rail Intersection—one of the nation’s busiest railroad...

Wet-weather infrastructure: Smart analysis and TOTEX planning equal savings and resilience

How “sweating the system” with smart analytics modeling and TOTEX planning can deliver fit-for-purpose solutions, capital cost savings, and system optimization By Nick Anderson and...

A new connection: Comcast pedestrian tunnel

By Thomas J. Friese In the heart of Philadelphia sits the new Comcast Technology Center. The 60-floor, 1,121-foot skyscraper is the tallest building in Philadelphia...

Construction Challenges of Rail in an Urban Environment

The world’s cities are booming, and their growth is changing the face of the planet. Rapid urbanization in developing countries—the gradual shift in residence...

Urban Underground

HNTB’s Sanja Zlatanic: a Happy Mole By Richard Massey There’s no doubt about it. Sanja Zlatanic, Senior Vice President and Chair of the HNTB National Tunnel...

Silent Sentinels

Fugro expands its instrumentation to monitor Dutch tunnel construction under The Hague. By Gavin Schrock To address congestion in densely populated cities, transportation engineers and city...

Maptek announces a new underground laser scanner

Maptek’s new I-Site SR3 600-meter-range laser scanner follows the extra-long range XR3 and long range LR3, which came onto the market in 2017. The R3 series is 30 percent smaller and 25 percent lighter, with 2.5 times faster data acquisition than the earlier I-Site 8000 scanners.

3D Laser Mapping introduces automated underground monitoring system

PROCESSMONITOR LIVE, a LiDAR-based platform from geospatial specialist 3D Laser Mapping, provides real-time, automated measurements of underground surfaces.

Nashville mayor unveils comprehensive transportation plan

Nashville Mayor Megan Barry unveiled Let’s Move Nashville: Metro’s Transportation Solution, a $5.2 billion plan that aligns with the IMPROVE Act passed earlier this year. It includes 26 miles of Nashville’s first-ever light rail system, four rapid bus routes, a dramatic increase in the service and frequency of the bus system, and a strategy of service and infrastructure improvements.
25,157FansLike
2,779FollowersFollow
108SubscribersSubscribe

Latest News

Follow this informative guide by Geometricbox for contacting WordPress support