2015 ASCE San Diego Program - The Award-Winning Harbor Drive Sewer Emergency Repair Project
On March 26, 2012, in San Diego, CA, two 1942-era trunk sewer vaults collapsed transitioning a 48-inch, 10 million gallon per day trunk sewer to a dual 42-inch siphon river crossing within the abutment tie backs for the Las Chollas Creek Bridge, threatening structural integrity.
Join us on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 to learn about the award-winning Harbor Drive Sewer Emergency Repair Project.
Come learn how, working in close partnership, the project team achieved substantial completion in just three short months after discovery, and solved the emergency problem with attractive and easily maintained community enhancements that will be appreciated for decades to come.
Feb 18, 2015
The Butcher Shop, San Diego, CA