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Civil Engineering

Anacostia River Tunnel Project Featured in Tunneling Journal Magazine

The Anacostia River Tunnel project, a joint venture with S.A. Healy (a subsidiary of Lane) and Salini Impregilo (Lane's parent company), was featured as the cover story for the December 2016/January 2017 edition of Tunneling Journal. The article chronicles the entire lifespan of the project. To browse the digital edition of the magazine, click the link below.

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Civil Engineering

Anacostia River Tunnel Excavation Complete

The Lane Construction Corporation announces that its subsidiary S.A. Healy Company, in a joint venture with Salini Impregilo and Parsons (IHP JV) has completed the excavation of the 12,500 ft. (3.8-kilometre) long Anacostia River Tunnel (ART) in Washington D.C., part of the U.S. capital city’s Clean Rivers Project aimed at reducing the pollution of its rivers.

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Civil Engineering

Lake Mead Marvel

As the drought in the western United States lowered water levels at Lake Mead, the Southern Nevada Water Authority fought back by constructing the world’s deepest subaqueous tunnel. The 3 mi long concrete-lined tunnel is designed to draw drinking water from an intake structure half buried at the bottom of the lake.

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Tunnel Business Magazine

Tunnel Achievement Award - Lake Mead Intake No. 3

The City of Lights. Entertainment Capital of the World. Sin City. Whatever you call it, Las Vegas, Nevada, is home to more than 2 million residents in the metropolitan area with countless visitors flocking to the city each day. And, of course, all those people need a steady supply of water.

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Press Telegram

Workers Pour Tons of Concrete for Gerald Desmond Bridge Project

Construction workers poured roughly 3,200 cubic yards of concrete during an overnight operation to set a pile cap for one of the two 515-foot towers being constructed as part of the Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement project.

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Las Vegas Review Journal

Water Authority's New Straw at Lake Mead Starts to Fill

fter seven years of construction, the Las Vegas Valley's new straw into Lake Mead now has some water in it. General contractor Vegas Tunnel Constructors began sending the first 11 million gallons into the 3-mile tunnel beneath the bed of the lake Thursday afternoon, marking the latest milestone for a complicated and risky $817 million project on track for completion within the next month or so.

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National Geographic

Inside D.C.'s Massive Tunnel Project

Deep below the nation's capital, massive tunnels are being built to save Washington's rivers—the Potomac and the Anacostia—from severe water pollution. To get to where one of the tunnels is currently being dug, you must take a metal cage elevator 100 feet (30 meters) below the Blue Plains water treatment plant in southwestern D.C. The concrete-lined shaft is dry now, but eventually storm water will rush through.

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San Francisco Examiner

SF Central Subway Tunnel-Boring Phase Reaches Milestone

There was no arresting explosion, no sudden, defining crack announcing the breakthrough. Only small rocks – occasionally a large slab of concrete – periodically tumbling down a crumbled wall 47 feet below ground level as “Big Alma,” the second of two tunnel-boring machines excavating San Francisco’s first new subway in nearly a half-century, slowly peered its cutterhead out Wednesday.

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