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    Walking tour of the Charleroi Construction Project (Without Subtitles)

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    Video by Michel Sauret  

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District

    Steve Dine, P.E., resident engineer for the Charleroi Construction Project, takes viewers on a walking tour of the latest lock and control tower construction at Locks and Dam 4 on the Monongahela River in Charleroi, Pennsylvania, just a few months before the chamber is scheduled to fill with water. The video offers one of the last opportunities people will have to look through the construction site before it is completely submerged and becomes part of the river navigation. The facility is operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District. The locks and dam were originally constructed in 1932, but the most recent modification to build a larger lock began in 2004. Once finished, the Charleroi project will cost approximately $1 billion, completed over a span of 20 years, expected to finish by 2024. The new chamber is measured 720 feet long by 84 feet wide, allowing a commercial tow with nine barges to lock through in 25 minutes instead of two hours.

    (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District video by Michel Sauret)



    Date Taken: 03.06.2023
    Date Posted: 03.06.2023 10:46
    Category: Package
    Video ID: 875474
    VIRIN: 230306-O-TI382-223
    Filename: DOD_109493533
    Length: 00:05:55
    Location: PITTSBURGH, PA, US 

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