Construction of the new $1 billion PortMiami tunnel reached a milestone Tuesday when “Harriet”, the giant tunnel boring machine digging under Government Cut, reached the halfway point.
Construction of the new $1 billion PortMiami tunnel is expected to reach a milestone Tuesday when the tunnel boring machine breaks through Dodge Island.
The dirt is clean and that’s good news for the international consortium behind the on-going $1 billion Port of Miami tunnel dig.
Construction of the new $1 billion Port of Miami tunnel will take a giant leap forward Thursday when boring finally gets underway.
The late-October start date for the Port of Miami tunnel dig is approaching, yet one big question about the massive project remains unresolved: Where will the giant mountains of excavated dirt and rock end up?
Construction of the new $1 billion Port of Miami tunnel took a giant leap forward Thursday afternoon when a critical piece of the giant Tunnel Boring Machine was raised into the air and then lowered into the ground.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) on Tuesday night denied a request by the multinational firm building the Port of Miami tunnel for an additional $67.5 million from a project reserve fund.