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3RPORT starts shaft drilling
29 September, 2017
US - Contractor S.A. Healy Company (a subsidiary of Lane Construction)/Salini Impregilo began drilling on 28 September for the launch shaft on the Three Rivers Protection and Overflow Reduction Tunnel (3RPORT) in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

NEBT contract awarded to Salini Impregilo-Lane JV
13 July, 2017
USA – Salini Impregilo and The Lane Construction Corporation announced July 7 they have won a USD 580M contract to build the Northeast Boundary Tunnel (NEBT) project in Washington, D.C.

Fort Wayne celebrates ceremonial start to tunnel
16 June, 2017
USA - The mayor, Tom Henry, and members of the Fort Wayne City Council, along with staff from the Utility Advisory Group, and contractors S.A. Healy Company and Salini Impregilo, among others, attended a ceremony to mark ground breaking for tunnelling on June 15.

Salini/Lane win Fort Wayne contract
10 April, 2017
US – The City of Fort Wayne, Indiana, awarded a USD 188M contract to Salini Impregilo and Lane Construction Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary S.A. Healy Company, for the design-bid-build of the the Three Rivers Protection & Overflow Reduction Tunnel (3RPORT).

Bids open for Fort Wayne CSO tunnel
22 February, 2017
US - The Fort Wayne City Utilities department opened the bids for the Three Rivers Protection and Overflow Reduction Tunnel on February 16.

Tunnelling finishes on D.C.'s Anacostia River Tunnel
09 November, 2016
US - The Lane Construction Corp, a U.S. subsidiary of the Salini Impregilo Group, together with its subsidiary S.A. Healy Co, and Parsons (IHP JV) have completed the excavation of the 12,500ft- (3.8km-) long Anacostia River Tunnel in Washington D.C., Salini Impregilo announced November 8.

Mitigation not litigation
16 May, 2016
On August 21, 2013, amidst a crowd of proud team members, "Mackenzie", the 1,500- ton (1,361 metric tons) Herrenknecht TBM completed its journey and broke into Shaft 5 of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District's Euclid Creek Tunnel. Two years later the project is now in site-restoration and the NEORSD can reflect on what has become known as one of the most successful projects in their storied 43-year history. Michael Vitale of Hatch Mott MacDonald and Doug Gabriel of NEORSD report

The next step
31 December, 2015
To complete 20 miles of tunnels in 25 years and meet its consent decrees with the EPA the NEORSD is moving forward with its next project, the Dugway Tunnel, with several more to follow. Nicole Robinson reports

Mitigation not litigation
31 December, 2015
On August 21, 2013, amidst a crowd of proud team members, "Mackenzie", the 1,500- ton (1,361 metric tons) Herrenknecht TBM completed its journey and broke into Shaft 5 of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District's Euclid Creek Tunnel. Two years later the project is now in site-restoration and the NEORSD can reflect on what has become known as one of the most successful projects in their storied 43-year history. Michael Vitale of Hatch Mott MacDonald and Doug Gabriel of NEORSD report

San Francisco’s Central Subway reaches completion
04 June, 2015
USA - Salini Impregilo announced May 28, it has successfully completed - on time and on budget - the tunnel for Central Subway, a major project to extend a subway line that travels through the heart of San Francisco.

DC Water launches second TBM
05 January, 2015
USA - The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) held a christening ceremony on December 12 for the Herrenknecht TBM that will mine 2.5 miles (4km) along the Potomac and under the Anacostia Rivers.

Lake Mead makes breakthrough
05 January, 2015
USA - The TBM mining the tunnel below Lake Mead made its breakthrough on December 10 into the concrete wall of the project’s intake structure.

Salini Impregilo/Healy is Dugway Tunnel’s lowest bidder
09 October, 2014
USA - The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) opened bids for its Dugway Storage Tunnel (DST) on September 10, with a JV of Salini Inpregilo/Healy.

Crossing the tracks
27 June, 2014
San Francisco’s Central Subway moves below rail lines, utilities and more, Desiree Willis of Robbins reports.

South by Southwest
12 December, 2013
The southern states grapple with water supply as drought conditions worsen and stormwater from flash floods cause damage for homes and businesses

DC Water awards Anacostia River Tunnel
08 May, 2013
DC Water's board of directors recently approved the the design and construction of the second portion of the tunnel system that will bring relief from combined sewer overflows (CSOs) to the Anacostia River. The design builder of the USD 253.9M proposed contract is a JV of Impregilo-Healy-Parsons.

Seattle Surge
19 February, 2013
The west coast of the US is home to a strong tunnelling market. Tunnels North America looks at Seattle in particular this issue, but let there be no doubt, other cities in the region are just as busy underground, Nicole Robinson reports

Worker killed at Lake Mead
15 June, 2012
An accident involving a precast-concrete segment caused at fatality Monday afternoon, June 11 at the Lake Mead Intake No. 3 tunnel project near Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

San Francisco Central Subway construction begins
14 June, 2012
San Francisco's Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) has started major construction to prepare for the Central Subway tunnel excavation.

Lake Mead draws deep
13 June, 2012
With ever lowering water levels, tunnels are needed to reach deeper into the largest reservoir in the US to slake the thirst of Las Vegas. Technical journalist Rhian Owen meets the team that will stand the House a drink