Cause Still Unclear in March Retaining Wall Collapse on $900M NJ Interchange

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DOT spokesman Steve Schapiro says the investigation is not completed, "with the goal of determining the cause as soon as possible."

June 7, 2021
Stephanie Loder - Engineering News-Record

A probe continues by construction engineer Hardesty and Hanover LLC into what caused the late March collapse of a retaining wall that is part of one of New Jersey's largest roadbuilding projects—the already late-running effort called Direct Connection, which aims to untangle the convoluted interchange of north-south I-295 and east-west Route 42 in Camden County.

Reprinted courtesy of Stephanie Loder, Engineering News-Record

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