Manager and Geotechnical Instrumentation Engineer, GEOCOMP-Brown, JV - CA/T Instrumentation Monitoring Contract M026J, South Boston, MA
Chief Engineer, GEOCOMP Corporation, Boxborough, MA
Pages: 14 Published: Jan 1999
Boston's Central Artery/Tunnel Project has implemented a unique method of subcontracting for monitoring geotechnical instrumentation. The M026J contract includes a provision for the collection of 1.3 million readings over a six-year period. The contract uses a fixed unit cost per reading. This paper describes some aspects of the data acquisition and management processes that handle the flow of data for the project.
instrumentation, data management, databases
Paper ID: STP14231S