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Archive: October, 2022
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  • Bock assumes role of Deputy District Engineer for USACE Louisville District

    Mr. John Bock has been selected as the new Deputy District Engineer for the U.S. Army Corps of
  • Blasting at Louisville VA Medical Center construction site remains halted

    In response to Tuesday’s blasting incident that took place on the site of the Louisville VA Medical Center, three independent investigations have begun to ascertain the cause or causes that led to the fragments of rock and sediment being dispersed along I-264, “Watterson Expressway,” and onto adjacent properties causing damage. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the prime contractor, Walsh-Turner Joint Venture, and the Kentucky Department of Mines and Minerals are conducting these investigations.
  • Blasting suspended at Louisville VA Medical Center construction site in interest of public safety

    In the interest of public safety, blasting on the site of the Louisville VA Medical Center has been suspended indefinitely following an unforeseen incident at the construction site today. During the blasting as part of earthwork on the site, fragments of sediment and rock landed on I-264, “Watterson Expressway,” and onto adjacent properties causing damage. There were no injuries reported and local law enforcement responded.

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Archive: October, 2022
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  • Bock assumes role of Deputy District Engineer for USACE Louisville District

    Mr. John Bock has been selected as the new Deputy District Engineer for the U.S. Army Corps of
  • Blasting at Louisville VA Medical Center construction site remains halted

    In response to Tuesday’s blasting incident that took place on the site of the Louisville VA Medical Center, three independent investigations have begun to ascertain the cause or causes that led to the fragments of rock and sediment being dispersed along I-264, “Watterson Expressway,” and onto adjacent properties causing damage. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the prime contractor, Walsh-Turner Joint Venture, and the Kentucky Department of Mines and Minerals are conducting these investigations.
  • Blasting suspended at Louisville VA Medical Center construction site in interest of public safety

    In the interest of public safety, blasting on the site of the Louisville VA Medical Center has been suspended indefinitely following an unforeseen incident at the construction site today. During the blasting as part of earthwork on the site, fragments of sediment and rock landed on I-264, “Watterson Expressway,” and onto adjacent properties causing damage. There were no injuries reported and local law enforcement responded.