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Workmen yesterday loaded steel panels onto a lift for installation, while behind them lay a section of a concrete panel and its supports that had been removed from the I-90 connector.
ENGINEERING THE TUNNEL

Need for heavy panels was debated

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / July 13, 2006

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The engineer who oversaw completion of the Interstate 90 connector said in an interview with the Globe yesterday that he questioned the need for heavy concrete panels in the tunnel's drop ceiling when he came on the job, but that he didn't press the issue with senior Big Dig officials, because the ceiling work was already well underway and he ... (Full article: 815 words)

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