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By Margaret Tang, A.M.ASCE, David A. Carlson, P.E., M.ASCE, Richard Miller, P.E., Stephen Goldblum, Greg Paquin, and Mohammed Ettouney, Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE


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Before a massive parking garage in New Haven, Connecticut, could be demolished, a precise scheme had to be designed protect the sewer pipes, sanitary sewers, and telecommunications and electrical lines below, some of which were more than a century old. The solution included the reuse of material from the site as well as a massive array of used tires.

 


BIOS: By Margaret Tang, A.M.ASCE, a senior engineer with Weidlinger Associates, Inc., in New York City; David A. Carlson, P.E., M.ASCE, a principal with Spiegel Zamecnik and Shah, Inc., of New Haven, Connecticut; Richard Miller, P.E., the city engineer for New Haven; Stephen Goldblum, the chief operating officer, and Greg Paquin, the vice president of construction for Stamford Wrecking Company in Trumball, Connecticut; and Mohammed Ettouney, Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE, F.A.E.I., a principal of Weidlinger.