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The last of 1,152 precast road panels for the lower deck of Seattle’s SR 99 tunnel was set into place on March 27, completing the 1.7-mile tube’s double-decked roadways. Read More The American

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Tunnel partner known to fight tough The Seattle

Last week, the contracting venture Seattle Tunnel Partners, which includes Tutor Perini and Dragados USA, said it had made a preliminary request for the state to pick up the $125 million tab, but

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SR 99 Tutor Perini

Seattle Tunnel Partners, is responsible for designing and building the SR 99 tunnel. In addition to boring the tunnel and building the highway within it, STP is responsible for building highway ramps and other connections at the north and south ends of the tunnel. They are also constructing buildings at each tunnel portal to house lighting

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Dragados group wins Seattle tunnel bid Puget

The winning Seattle Tunnel Partners received $71.6 million in technical credits; the losing team, Seattle Tunneling Group, received technical credits of about $38.2 million. -- Staff Writer Steve

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Seattle Tunnel Partners Salaries Glassdoor

A free inside look at Seattle Tunnel Partners salary trends based on 1 salaries wages for 1 jobs at Seattle Tunnel Partners. Salaries posted anonymously by Seattle Tunnel Partners employees.

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Seattle Tunnel Partners, A Joint Venture in Seattle, WA

Seattle Tunnel Partners, A Joint Venture is located in Seattle, Washington. This organization primarily operates in the Single-family Home Remodeling, Additions, and Repairs business / industry within the Construction General ContractorsOperative Builders sector. This organization has been operating for approximately 10 years.

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Seattle Tunnel Partners in Seattle, WA with Reviews

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Bertha’s stall has politicians stuck The Seattle Times

2015-1-3  The companies that make up Seattle Tunnel Partners have years of experience litigating cost questions, and as of last spring they already had filed claims with the state for an additional $190

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The Spin Zone: Bertha Maker Hitachi Zosen Bites Back

2020-6-1  Last April, as Seattle’s tunnel-boring machine, Bertha, closed in on completing its long-delayed task, Hitachi Zosen, the Japanese maker of the machine, was surprised to learn its executives weren’t invited to the ceremony celebrating the moment when Bertha would break through the wall at the end of its arduous 2-mile journey. When the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT

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WSDOT files lawsuit to stop other Bertha lawsuits

2015-10-9  Seattle Tunnel Partners has blamed WSDOT for the Bertha tunnel machine's breakdown, arguing that the state failed to tell it about the eight-inch pipe casing the tunnel

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The Spin Zone: Bertha Maker Hitachi Zosen Bites Back

2020-6-1  Last April, as Seattle’s tunnel-boring machine, Bertha, closed in on completing its long-delayed task, Hitachi Zosen, the Japanese maker of the machine, was surprised to learn its executives weren’t invited to the ceremony celebrating the moment when Bertha would break through the wall at the end of its arduous 2-mile journey. When the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT

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WSDOT files lawsuit against Seattle Tunnel Partners

The Washington State Department of Transportation has filed a lawsuit against Seattle Tunnel Partners, the group working with the Bertha drilling machine to create the Alaskan Way Viaduct

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Seattle Tunnel Gains Stripes, Moves Closer to Likely

The striping in the tunnel between Seattle’s stadium district and the Space Needle, a roughly 2-mile-long tunnel with a 1.7-mile bored section, dug by Bertha, is wrapping up, creating 11-ft

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Who Killed Bertha? Why the Seattle Tunnel Disaster

2020-7-18  Paul figures Bertha put up five or six concrete rings that evening, extending the tunnel by another about 30 to 36 feet. Sometime the following morning, on Wednesday, December 4, the operators began seeing 3- to 4-foot pieces of pipe and a bunch of smaller pieces showing up on the video feed of the conveyor belt.

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WSDOT files lawsuit to stop other Bertha lawsuits

2015-10-9  Seattle Tunnel Partners has blamed WSDOT for the Bertha tunnel machine's breakdown, arguing that the state failed to tell it about the eight-inch pipe casing the tunnel

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Seattle Tunnel Machine Begins Drilling After Two-Year

Building a tunnel under Seattle was the preferred choice to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct when it was damaged in a 2001 earthquake. But the machine broke down in late 2013 and it took until the end of 2015 to get it moving again. The original completion date for the new Seattle tunnel was the fall of 2015.

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Seattle toasts the tunnel. Lawyers prepare for war

2020-7-18  Seattle Tunnel Partners employees are seen working at what will be the exit of tunnel boring machine Bertha near 6th Avenue and Thomas Street on Monday in Seattle.

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Seattle's tunnel: SR's got 99 problems, but the steel

2020-7-18  Seattle Tunnel Partners has told WSDOT that the machine should be able to mine at a rate of about 65-feet to 72-feet per day. So far, Bertha’s biggest day was about 52-feet.

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Get ready, downtown Bellevue. You're getting a tunnel

However, Tutor Perini Corp., and Dragados USA, the two contractors that combined, make up Seattle Tunnel Partners, have both indicated they may bid on the Bellevue project.

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STRUCTURE magazine SR 99 Tunnel in Seattle

The bored tunnel begins south of downtown Seattle in close proximity to the seawall of Elliott Bay, tends north along the existing Alaskan Way Viaduct, then crosses under the Viaduct, traverses under downtown Seattle, and emerges north of downtown Seattle just east of the Space Needle (Figure 1).The bored tunnel is 9,300 feet long with an outer diameter of 56 feet and was excavated by an Earth

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Seattle's tunnel: SR's got 99 problems, but the steel

2020-7-18  Seattle Tunnel Partners has told WSDOT that the machine should be able to mine at a rate of about 65-feet to 72-feet per day. So far, Bertha’s biggest day was about 52-feet.

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Seattle toasts the tunnel. Lawyers prepare for war

2020-7-18  Seattle Tunnel Partners employees are seen working at what will be the exit of tunnel boring machine Bertha near 6th Avenue and Thomas Street on Monday in Seattle.

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Get ready, downtown Bellevue. You're getting a tunnel

However, Tutor Perini Corp., and Dragados USA, the two contractors that combined, make up Seattle Tunnel Partners, have both indicated they may bid on the Bellevue project.

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Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Transforming

Removal of viaduct is opening up downtown waterfront to the public. The Seattle underground scene has a new star: The Alaskan Way Tunnel, a nearly two-mile-long, double-decked road tunnel that is improving travel through the city’s downtown and paving the way for a revitalized public waterfront.. The tunnel, which carries traffic along Washington State Route 99, replaced the Alaskan Way

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KUOW Seattle Tunnel Partner Wins $80 Million

One of the two companies attempting to dig a highway tunnel beneath the Seattle waterfront has won an $80 million dispute with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation.

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'Bertha' resumes work on beleaguered Seattle tunnel

Contractor Seattle Tunnel Partners said it plans to bill the Washington State Department of Transportation for delays after a "wrongful and unjustified" project stoppage.

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Seattle’s unbelievable transportation megaproject

The 2009 tunnel law passed by the City Council specifically says Seattle taxpayers will only pay the $937 million that they have already offered up. But state law says Seattle taxpayers are on the

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‘We’re in a good rhythm,’ Seattle tunnel worker says,

Tunnel rings which make up the outer wall are transported inside the new SR 99 tunnel. (WSDOT Photo via Flickr) It’s been a busy week deep beneath Seattle, as Bertha the tunneling machine keeps

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STRUCTURE magazine SR 99 Tunnel in Seattle

The bored tunnel begins south of downtown Seattle in close proximity to the seawall of Elliott Bay, tends north along the existing Alaskan Way Viaduct, then crosses under the Viaduct, traverses under downtown Seattle, and emerges north of downtown Seattle just east of the Space Needle (Figure 1).The bored tunnel is 9,300 feet long with an outer diameter of 56 feet and was excavated by an Earth

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'Seattle Squeeze': City gears up for Alaskan Way

Lawsuits involving Seattle Tunnel Partners, its insurance companies and the state transportation agency over delays and cost overruns are expected to play out for years.

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