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The Ted Williams Tunnel eastbound, as well as Ramp A from South Boston to the Interstate 90 connector road, were opened to all traffic overnight Tuesday.

Big Dig firm warns tests might do damage

Loads may exceed epoxy bolts rating

By David Abel and Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / August 10, 2006

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The former project manager for the Big Dig's main contractor has cautioned state officials that safety tests on the epoxy bolts upholding concrete ceiling panels in the Ted Williams Tunnel may have damaged their long-term integrity. (Full article: 388 words)

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