The contract for $103.3 million involves building 37 miles of track, repairing 20 bridges, and preparing railroad crossings and stations. The rail is scheduled to be in service in 2014.
Construction managers say 4D scheduling technology is starting to bend upward the industry’s productivity curve by significantly improving workforce efficiency and reducing waste and risk.
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