Reports could help manufacturer identify how Bertha broke down

03/7/2014 | Seattle Times, The

Quality-verification reports released by Washington state's Department of Transportation regarding the tunneling operations of Bertha, the tunnel-boring machine at work on Seattle's Highway 99 tunnel, contain data that could help the manufacturer identify how it broke down, and could help determine who will be responsible for cost overruns of the $1.44 billion project, according to this article. Meanwhile, the public is asked to have patience with the project's contractors as they "need time to reach correct conclusions about how to finish the job."

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