Gary Brierley One of the Voices from the Undergound . . .
Dr. Gary Brierley has become known for his contribution to the tunneling industry not only through the design and construction of underground structures but as well as moving the industry forward through his many articles, presentations, technical papers, and books. The following is a summary of Dr. Brierley’s contribution to the tunneling industry.
Partial List of Publications . . .
Tunneling: A Battle Against the Ground“Tunneling by Acronym”, North American Tunneling Journal, Feb-Mar 2012. “Deep Shaft Sinking for Grid-Scale Energy Storage”, Tunneling Journal, Aug-Sep 2011. “Is America Undeveloping?”, ENR Magazine, August 2011. “Below the Surface”, Construction Today Magazine, December 2010. “Bullshit” with Thom Neff, ENR Magazine April 2010. “A Worthy Battle” ENR Magazine, April 2010. “Green, Sustainable Structures: Look Underground” with Russ Jernigan, UIM Magazine November/December 2009 “The Surprise Waiting for You in the Tunnel”, ENR Magazine August 2009. “TBM – 10 yrs and counting”, TBM Magazine August 2008. “How to Procure a Tunneling Project Part II The Solution for Underground Infrastructure Management” with John Struzziery, May/June 2007. “How to Procure a Tunneling Project Part I The Problem for Underground Infrastructure Management” with John Struzziery, March/April 2007 “Design Build Procurement for Underground Construction”, January 2005. “The Designer as Subcontractor in Design/Build Subsurface Construction” with Russ Jernigan, August 2005 “Roles in Design/Build Subsurface Construction”, with Russ Jernigan, August 2005. Design-Build Subsurface Projects, edited by Gary Brierley, PhD, PE and David J. Hatem, Esq.,a Zeni House Publication, 2002. Design-Build Subsurface Projects, edited by Gary Brierley, PhD, PE and David J. Hatem, Esq.,a Zeni House Publication, 2002. “Contracting Practices for Underground Projects,” with James D. Smith, Chapter 10 of a book entitled, 2002 Construction Law Update, Editor – Neal J. Sweeney, Esq., Apen Publishers, Inc., New York, 2002. “Geotechnical Report Preparation” with Dan Dobbels and Alan Howard. Proceedings of NAT 2000, Boston, MA, June 2000. “Ground Improvement On The Central Artery Project – Examples of Innovative Applications” with James R. Lambrechts and Andrew F. McKown, Proceedings of the 1999 Rapid Excavation and Tunneling Conference, Orlando, FL, June 1999. “Going Under? How about Urban Design/Build!” World Tunneling, November 1998. “Subsurfing USA” World Tunneling, March 1998. “Ground Improvement: Salvation or Snake Oil?” Civil Engineering, December 1995.