DOMINIQUE N. BROCARD
Few projects of its type have the scale of this massive undertaking, nor have past ventures had to contend with as many complicating circumstances.
DOUGLAS B. MACDONALD
Even though the extraordinary efforts of many people are now being applied to the problem of cleaning up Boston Harbor; there are many more challenges to meet in the future.
CHERYL BREEN, JEKABS VITIANDS & DANIEL O’BRIEN
Plans to regulate water quality in Boston Harbor historically have been complicated by numerous factors, not the least of which is institutional management.
DOMINIQUE N. BROCARD, BRIAN J. VAN WHEELE & LAWRENCE A. WILLIAMSON
Consisting of a 9.5-mile tunnel with a 6,600-foot diffuser and 55 risers, the outfall is designed to minimize adverse environmental impacts at the lowest cost and with maximum dependability.
JOHN A. LAGER, DAVID P. BOVA, ROBERT M. OTOSKI & GERARD L. GALLINARO
Confined space, meeting effluent quality goals, maintaining existing plant operations and providing a cost-effective facility while keeping to a strict schedule can complicate design.
CHARLES BUTTON, KEN M. WILLIS & CRYSTAL GANDRUD
A “modular” approach is one key to managing a large-scale project with a wide range of impacts that is conducted under severe time, siting and budget constraints.
PAUL F. LEVY
An aggressive financial program that includes a series of credit mechanisms to provide investor security is the key to financing such a massive engineering task.
DAVID R. BINGHAM, CHERYL A. BREEN, MICHAEL COLLINS & LISE MARX
The best plan to control combined sewer overflows is the one that is integrated with overall system-wide collection and wastewater treatment activities.