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References in periodicals archive ?
In 2000, FHWA offered Central Federal Lands engineer Dave Zanetell--widely known as "Z"--the position of project manager.
With the discovery of ancient burial sites and petroglyphs on the cliff sides, Central Federal Lands Highway Division (CFLHD) could not use blasting in some areas.
The project was Federal Lands Highway's first design-build project and was managed by the Central Federal Lands Highway Division in partnership with the National Park Service.
Project participants include TTD, TRPA, Federal Highway Administration - Central Federal Lands Highway Division, Caltrans, Placer County, Tahoe City Public Utility District, Lahontan, Regional Water Quality Control Board, United States Forest Service/Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, California State Parks, U.S.
Route 93 at Hoover Dam, executives from both Arizona and Nevada and FHWA's Central Federal Lands and Arizona Divisions met in Phoenix in late October to discuss options for accelerating the project.
Edward Hammontree is currently a Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) construction operations engineer with Central Federal Lands Highway Division.
In May 1997, FHWA's Central Federal Lands Highway Division was named as the lead agency to resume the Hoover Dam Bypass project.
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