Engineers say port design was seriously flawed
Three of four new sections already built at the Port of Anchorage were not constructed correctly, but even if they were, they risk failure during an earthquake due to shifting earth, top engineers with CH2M Hill told the Assembly.
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Since: Nov 12
#1 Nov 10, 2012
Because qap went cheaper then recommended to save money. Sheet metal was to be 5/8 not 1/2. That's why it all bowed and rented. Everyone working there knew that.
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