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At 165 feet tall and 188 feet wide, the proposed tunnel will be big enough for a 35-million pound ship to pass through.
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The Tunnel Boring Machine ("TBM") known as "Bertha," built by Hitachi Zosen Corp in Osaka, Japan, was the world's largest TBM at 57.5 ft. in diameter.
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<Topics> The world's largest shield tunneling machine was officially named Bertha on December 20, 2012.
The SR 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct, an elevated concrete structure built in the 1950s and vulnerable to earthquakes, is being replaced with a 1.7-mile tunnel running beneath downtown Seattle.
Much of the early technology of tunneling evolved from mining and military engineering.The etymology of the terms "mining" (for mineral extraction or for siege attacks), "military engineering", and "civil engineering" reveals these deep historic connections.
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Now what? What do you do when the world's largest tunneling machine is, essentially, stuck in the mud?Bertha is 60 feet under the earth, and you're on the surface watching a squirmy public swap rumors of cost and delay on the $1.35 billion tunnel component of an even larger transportation project, and the naysayers are howling: Just you watch ...
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A mysterious object has blocked the world's largest tunneling machine from finishing an underground highway in Seattle. The drilling machine know as Bertha – at five stories high and operated by a crew of 20 people - struck something it couldn't bore through on December 6 and has been unable to make any progress since.