CSX Camden Street Storm Drain Replacement (MD)

CSX Transportation

Clark Construction Group, LLC

Progressive Design-Build


Camden Shaft - Pump Station ConcreteThe CSX Camden Street Storm Drain Replacement was a technically complex, design-build project located in a heavily traveled section of downtown Baltimore, Maryland, which consisted of replacing a 48-inch-diameter brick storm drain, originally built in 1891, that crosses directly under the CSX railroad tracks in the Howard Street Tunnel.

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  • What challenges led to the need for a complete replacement of the storm drain
  • How progressive design-build allowed for an aggressive design and construction schedule
  • How Clark Construction overcame many technical and time-sensitive challenges using DB to deliver the project safely, on time, and on budget


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