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KUOW Tunnel Machine Set To Dig Under Seattle,

Tunnel Machine Set To Dig Under Seattle, But It's Not Bertha. By. John Ryan; Apr 28, 2014 at 7:48 pm A tunnel machine is set to resume digging beneath the streets of Seattle in mid-June. No, it's

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Seattle's big tunnel project reaches a milestone, but

2017-5-1  It helps that divided Seattleites found something to like in the $80-million, 326-feet-long tunnel boring machine, known as Bertha. The nickname honors Bertha Landes, Seattle’s first and only

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Seattle's Monstrous Tunnel Machine Finally Breaks

2017-4-4  Bertha has broken through. After nearly four years underground, Seattle’s beleaguered boring behemoth clawed its way into daylight yesterday, leaving a 1.7-mile tunnel behind it.

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How did we get here? A look back on Seattle’s tunnel

2017-3-10  After launching in 2013, the world's largest tunnel-boring machine has less than 220 feet to go before finishing its 1.7-mile trip. Here's a look back on the tumultuous dig that's years behind

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Machine digging Seattle highway tunnel to restart

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Bertha back to digging under Seattle seattlepi

If Seattle Tunnel Partners meets WSDOT's expectations in the next 160 feet of digging, the machine will continue ahead another 100 feet to a planned maintenance stop.

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Bertha's little sister set to begin new tunnel beneath

While Bertha remains bogged down, another tunnel machine is getting set to head under Seattle with a proven track record of success that puts the higher profile drill to shame.

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The World’s Largest Tunnel-Boring Machine Must Be

The machine would have to be wily enough to dig through Seattle's funky soils, everything from glacial till to pudding, the latter a legacy of early city fathers, who flattened the lumpy pioneer

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Seattle tunnel delays: Why the project is 3 years late

2018-9-19  The fact is, the opening of the Seattle tunnel is late, years late. Based on the original contract with Seattle Tunnel Partners, the original opening date should have been December of 2015.

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Public tours site of Seattle's 'big dig' seattlepi

All that grinding on the machine's cutterhead will wear off more than 5 tons of metal before the machine is finished. The tunnel shell will be constructed of 1,445 concrete rings, each 6 1/2 feet

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How Bertha will tunnel beneath Seattle’s Alaskan Way

A diagram shows where Bertha will tunnel beneath Seattle’s Alaskan Way Viaduct. (Via WSDOT.) Bertha, the giant tunneling machine making its way along Seattle’s waterfront, will start a

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Bertha reaches finish line of Seattle tunnel

2017-4-5  >> Related: Bertha tunnel under downtown Seattle: See a 360-degree view The project has encountered major problems. The machine’s cutting teeth struck a

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Scott Gutierrez Archive Seattle's Big Blog

It’s 57 feet in diameter, the same size as the tunnel boring machine that will dig the state Route 99 tunnel beneath downtown. Constructed of PVC pipe, this Video: ‘The impossible texting

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The World’s Largest Tunnel-Boring Machine Must Be

The machine would have to be wily enough to dig through Seattle's funky soils, everything from glacial till to pudding, the latter a legacy of early city fathers, who flattened the lumpy pioneer

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What Could Possibly Go Wrong The Stranger:

2020-10-10  The Seattle City Council is about to give the state permission to dig the world's largest deep-bore tunnel under downtown Seattle. Here's what

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Study: Cheaper tolls not enough to pay for tunnel

A drilling rig works during a tour of the Highway 99 tunnel site along the Alaskan Way Viaduct as crews prepare for the arrival of the world's largest-diameter tunnel boring machine which will dig

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Crews digging down to stuck Seattle tunnel machine

SEATTLE (AP) The Transportation Department says help is on the way for a massive machine that became stuck last month while boring a tunnel under downtown Seattle.

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Bertha's new timetable — digging to resume in

The new timetable is based on Bertha, the broken tunnel machine, resuming its dig this November, according to the new timeline set by contractor Seattle Tunnel Partners. Under that scenario

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Tunnel Vision: A 360 Look at Bertha Underground

2020-8-27  For the past four years, from Sodo to South Lake Union, a 9,270-foot underground dig has unfolded to bring Seattle the world’s largest tunnel, part of the $3.1 billion replacement of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. The tunnel ($2 billion of that), while beset by not-inconsiderable setbacks, is also a project marked by engineering marvels on a Brobdingnagian scale.

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Inside the Massive Tunnel Seattle Built to Replace an

Engineers had to dig an entirely new pit to reach the front of the machine and fix its damaged blades. Bertha finally broke through in April of this year, having dug nearly 1.7 miles of tunnel.

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Hard grind: The epic journey of the world's biggest

On April 4, the world's largest tunnel boring machine broke through to the open air after almost four years underground. Called Bertha, the giant digger was tasked with the challenge of building a

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Crews digging down to stuck Seattle tunnel machine

SEATTLE (AP) The Transportation Department says help is on the way for a massive machine that became stuck last month while boring a tunnel under downtown Seattle.

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How Bertha will tunnel beneath Seattle’s Alaskan Way

A diagram shows where Bertha will tunnel beneath Seattle’s Alaskan Way Viaduct. (Via WSDOT.) Bertha, the giant tunneling machine making its way along Seattle’s waterfront, will start a

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Delayed Seattle tunnel project draws comparisons to

2015-1-1  SEATTLE — For an entire year, the world’s largest tunnel-boring machine has been stuck deep below this city’s waterfront. Engineers still do not know why ‘‘Bertha,’’ the 326-foot

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Inside the Massive Tunnel Seattle Built to Replace an

Engineers had to dig an entirely new pit to reach the front of the machine and fix its damaged blades. Bertha finally broke through in April of this year, having dug nearly 1.7 miles of tunnel.

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Bertha, The Giant Borer That Broke, May Be Sinking

The machine, the biggest of its type, was digging a tunnel under the city when it went kaput. To get to and fix Bertha, workers are digging a 12-story pit, which some say is damaging nearby buildings.

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Seattle confronts prospect of its own long-delayed

2014-12-30  SEATTLE — For an entire year, the world’s largest tunnel-boring machine has been stuck deep below this city’s waterfront. Engineers still don’t know why “Bertha,” the 326-foot long

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KUOW Bertha announcement: It's a tunnel!

Members of Bertha's crew pose after the tunneling machine broke into the disassembly pit, near Seattle's Space Needle, on April 4, 2017. Credit: WSDOT Bertha announcement: It's a tunnel!

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What Could Possibly Go Wrong The Stranger:

2020-10-10  The Seattle City Council is about to give the state permission to dig the world's largest deep-bore tunnel under downtown Seattle. Here's what

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Scott Gutierrez Archive Seattle's Big Blog

It’s 57 feet in diameter, the same size as the tunnel boring machine that will dig the state Route 99 tunnel beneath downtown. Constructed of PVC pipe, this Video: ‘The impossible texting

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