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Harvard Laboratory for Interface Science and Engineering
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Slurry Wall Supports Adjacent Buildings

Location: Cambridge, MA
Owner: Harvard University
Completion Date: July, 2005
General Contractor: Turner Construction Company
Vital Statistics:
Project Value: $4,600,000.00
Wall Type 30” Reinforced Concrete Slurry Wall and Drilled Shafts
Wall Area: 45,500 S.F.
Wall Depth: 53’

Project Description:
Harvard University’s Capital Improvements Program continued with this Life Science Research facility. This 3 level underground research facility was braced with a combination of tiebacks and corner bracing. Due to limited onsite space, a crane platform was constructed to bear on the slurry wall and drilled shafts. The platform is used for concrete placement as shown in the bottom left photo and also for part of the steel erection work.

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