SnapShot  October 17, 2011
Submitted By: Hobas Pipe USA,Houston Submitted By: Hobas Pipe USA,Houston A crew works on the $124-million, 32-mile Southwest Bexar Sewer Pipeline owned by San Antonio Water System. Currently under construction, Segment 1 consists of 33,000 ft of 30-in. to 96-in. centrifugally cast, fiberglass-reinforced polymer mortar pipe manufactured by Hobas Pipe USA. Construction began in late 2010. The entire pipeline is expected to enter service by late 2013. The photo was shot with a Canon PowerShot S3 IS at f/4 and 1/1000 sec.

Photographer: Tim Sink

Austin IndustriesDallas Submitted By: Austin Industries Dallas A 3,400-lb capacity suction cup lift moves a pre-glazed glass unit at the Methodist West Houston Hospital project. The hybrid unitized system was developed by Haley-Greer, a Dallas glass and glazing subcontractor. The system enabled more than 60,000 sq ft of glass to be installed in six months. Chris Harren shot the photo with a Kodak EasyShare M863.

Photographer: Chris Harren

HNTB Corp Dallas Submitted By: HNTB Corp Dallas A worker cleans a tile sign on the Magazine Street repair project in New Orleans. The project is part of the Submerged Roads Program, which is being administered by HNTB for the Federal Highway Administration. Project completion is scheduled for early November. Mark McCabe shot the photo with a Nikon D7000 at 18mm, f/13, 1/200 sec and ISO 250.

Photographer: Mark McCabe

Submitted By: MWH Constructors Austin, Texas Crews make progress on what will be a 425-ft-deep shaft at Water Treatment Plant No. 4 for the City of Austin. MWH Constructors is the construction manager-at-risk on the $359-million project. Brent Asay of MWH Constructors shot this photo with a Canon 1D MarkIII and a 15mm lens at f/5.6, 1/640 sec and ISO 200.

Photographer: Brent Asay