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Jack Lemley: Big Dig Report Reaction

Posted: 7/12/2007

Jack Lemley discusses the July 10, 2007, National Transportation Safety Board hearing on the fatal I-90 tunnel plenum collapse in Boston. Lemley feels the NTSB did a thorough job, but that it should also have addressed the issue of organizational failure that may have contributed to the problem.

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Jack Lemley
Lemley & Associates

Jack is a principal in Lemley & Associates, a management-consulting firm and he is a chartered civil engineer in the UK and has a degree in architecture. Jack was chairman and CEO of American Ecology Corp, chief executive officer of the Channel Tunnel project, president of Blount Construction Group, senior vice president of Morrison-Knudsen Company and general manager of Guy F. Atkinson Company.

From McGraw-Hill Construction
Editor & Host:  
Engineering News-Record William J. Angelo
ENR Chief Correspondent, Boston
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