Published in Water & Wastes Digest: Reaching Deep Tunnel Vision

May 2, 2019

A 240 foot look down at what makes planning, design, construction, and startup of deep tunnel pump stations different than your typical lift station

By Vito Cimino

 

Cities and municipalities are starting to make more frequent investments into large-scale deep tunnels as a way to address conveyance and storage for water, wastewater, stormwater and combined sewer systems. Our Vito Cimino takes a look at these mission-critical assets and recounts the lessons-learned when it comes to turning these mega infrastructures into efficient and resilient tunnels to service a utility’s next 100 years. 

Read the full article published by Water & Wastes Digest above.

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