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March 2019
Volume 71    Issue 3

High-capacity hoisting at Rondout West Branch Tunnel project

Mining Engineering, 2019, Vol. 71, No. 3, pp. 97-97
Brennan, Donald; Derek, Brennan


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 The existing Rondout West Branch Tunnel (RWBT) is part of the Delaware Aqueduct which has been in service since 1944 and accounts for more than 50 percent of New York City’s water supply. In early 2015, the New York City Department of Environmental Protection contracted Kiewit-Shea Constructors, AJV (KSC) to construct the Rondout West Branch Bypass Tunnel project (Rondout) in order to mitigate the leakage of 132 million L/day (35 million gpd) of water from two areas of the existing tunnel; the Roseton and Wawarsing areas.



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