Airport Design and Security; Civil Engineering; Geotechnical Engineering; Road Layout; Site Engineering; Slurry Wall Design; Soil-Structure Interaction; Tunnels and Underground Engineering; Underpinning; Utilities Mapping and Relocation
Weidlinger designs and rehabilitates the transportation facilities and infrastructure crucial to the functioning of a modern city. By introducing new structural methods and strategies and by considering design in the context of security, maintenance, and traveler convenience, we have set new standards for the transportation industry and helped public officials hold the line on spiraling costs. Our advanced visualizations and risk analyses provide the highest level of security for airports, tunnels, and mass transit facilities for the least expense consistent with program goals and aesthetics.
Weidlinger’s infrastructure engineers design new airport terminals, reconstruct subway stations and mass transit facilities, and redesign urban neighborhoods, laying out new roads and landscaping and relocating utilities. For Boston's Central Artery/Tunnel project, Weidlinger designed new ramps and tunnels, as well as structures for underpinning and support of excavation, and proved the benefit of combining soil, foundation, and structural analyses into a single nonlinear model. We are now using this approach on major infrastructure and building projects in downtown Manhattan.