Events

October 11, 2017
London, UK

The British Construction Industry Awards seek to recognise and reward excellence in project delivery, design, construction and, crucially, delivering outcomes for society. This year is the 30th running of the awards and promises to be quite a night of celebration.

November 15, 2017
Paris, France

December 7, 2017
London, UK

New Civil Engineer’s hugely popular Tunnelling Awards are back for their eighth year in 2017. Showcasing the very best in tunnelling expertise the Tunnelling Awards are now firmly established in London as a premier networking event for the global tunnelling community. Dr.

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January 28, 2004

AUA Awards 2004

The American Underground Construction Association periodically recognizes significant achievements and individuals in the United States underground construction industry. After a solicitation of nominations from the membership, the 2004 Awards Committee, chaired by Thomas F. Peyton, Vice President, Parsons Brinckerhoff, reviewed the nominations and made its recommendations to the AUA Board of Directors.

January 01, 2004

Walter Mergelsberg has joined the company

We are pleased to announce that Walter Mergelsberg has joined our company. He is heading the Washington Office as President since January 2004.

Walter Mergelsberg has over 40 years of experience in design management and construction supervision of transportation projects.

January 01, 2004
Civil Engineering, January 2004, Volume 74, No. 1

Seattle Light-Rail Construction Begins

Just a few months after opening its first light-rail line-a 1.6 mi (2.6 km) segment in Tacoma, Washington-Sound Transit, the mass transit agency for this region of the state, has begun construction on a longer, north-south system in Seattle that could ultimately link communities all the way from the city's northern suburbs to Sea-Tac International Airport. The partially underground line will include one of the deepest stations ever to be excavated in soil in North America.

December 01, 2003

Pelosi secures federal money for S.F. subway

The Municipal Railway stands to reap a windfall that could total more than $500 million for its planned Central Subway, thanks to Rep. Nancy Pelosi, who got a special provision for San Francisco inserted into the $820 billion appropriations bill the House passed this week.

October 01, 2003
World Tunnelling, December 2003, Volume 16, No. 10

NATM and Ground Freezing combined at Russia Wharf

Boston’s Silverline may be the way new urban transportation systems will develop in the years ahead.

October 01, 2003

New York Office established

We are pleased to announce that the the Dr. G. Sauer Corporation has opened a branch office in New York.

September 01, 2003

Work Started on San Francisco's MUNI New Central Subway

In September, the Dr. G. Sauer Corporation started work on the MUNI New Central Subway Project in San Francisco, CA.

May 01, 2003

Work Started on Boston's Silver Line Phase III Project

The Dr. G. Sauer Corporation has established a field office in the DMJM+Harris/URS Project Office. In the first phase, numerous construction alternatives are studied and preliminary design documents are produced for the running tunnels and stations.

May 01, 2003
World Tunnelling, May 2003, Volume 16, No. 4

Potential failure turned to success in Port Authority Project

Success can be the product of a near failure. The Port Authority of NY & NJ can certainly attest that pursuing a successful solution to counter a collision with failure has been very rewarding.

January 01, 2003

Engineering a longer life for Brunel's Thames Tunnel

The rehabilitation of Marc Brunel's Tunnel was undertaken over a 24 month period by WS Atkins and Dr. G. Sauer Company (DSC) acting as a specialist tunnelling, shotcrete and waterproofing consultant, with the contract novated to Taylor Woodrow Civil Engineering Ltd. (TWCE).

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