The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel is a 5,160-foot structure that carries traffic under the Detroit River between Detroit, Michigan and Ontario, Canada. Privately financed, built, and owned, it was completed in 26 months, 10 months ahead of schedule.
Society: ASCEMain Category: CivilSub Category: TunnelsEra: 1930-1939DateCreated: 1930-Windsor TunnelDetroitState: MIZip: 48226Country: USAWebsite: http://www.asce.org/project/Detroit-Windsor-Tunnel/Creator: Value, Burnside, Thoresen, Søren Anton
YearAdded:Image Credit: Courtesy Flickr/Brian Rawson-Ketchum (CC BY-SA 2.0)Era_date_from: 1930
Society: ASMEEra: 1950-1959DateCreated: 1953The Rig MuseumMorgan CityState: LAZip: 70380Country: USAWebsite: https://www.asme.org/about-asme/who-we-are/engineering-history/landmarks/250-mr-charlie-oil-drilling-rig, https://www.asme.org/getmedia/96eac69e-76ec-49af-aa4a-4a458f818e3c/250-Mr-Charlie-Oil-Drilling-Rig.aspxCreator: Laborde, Alden, Murphy, Charles
Designed by Alden “Doc” Laborde, Mr. Charlie is the first offshore drilling rig that was fully transportable, submersible and self-sufficient, allowing it to drill more than 200 oil and gas wells along the Gulf Coast between 1954 and 1986.
YearAdded:Image Credit: Courtesy ASMEEra_date_from: 1953