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near Boylston street was made necessary by the construction
of the Arlington Station of the Boylston Street Subway. The
kind of pavement laid was in both cases the same as that which
was found on the street when the work of constructing the
Arlington Station began. In order to interfere with the business
of the stores and the vehicular traffic along the street as little
as possible the work was done on one half of the street at a
time. July and August were the months selected in which to
do this work as they were the months of lightest business and
traffic along the street.

The Boston Elevated Railway Company took this oppor-
tunity to lay new track and special work for most of the distance
covered by the repaving and co-operated with the contractor
in doing all the necessary work.



Tbansit Department. 27

The tracks were laid upon a concrete base which was from six
to eight inches thick. It was necessary to remove this old
concrete base in order to bring the new tracks to the grade of
the new pavement.

To facilitate the removal of this concrete base the contractor
hired the Railway Company's new machine, called a ''breaker",
which had been designed for this kind of work. This was a
machine of very heavy type which was run upon the car tracks
and operated by electricity. The breaking of the concrete was
done by five heavy weights or hammers. These hammers were
so mounted on the machine that three of them would strike a
blow on the concrete between the two rails and the remaining
two striking one on each side of the track in the "brow." The
hammers were heavy iron bars weighing 500 lbs. each with
hardened steel points. The hammers were lifted to the de-
sired height and then allowed to drop, one at a time, the steel
points striking the concrete and penetrating it to their full
depth. Where the concrete was from six to eight inches thick
it would be quickly and easily broken into small pieces which
could be readily handled by the workmen. Where the concrete
was thicker several blows would be required, and, at places, the
concrete would be cracked only in large pieces. Generally
there was one blow of the five hammers in each space between
the ties. This machine proved to be of great value in expediting
the removal of the concrete base.

The new pavement on Boylston street had a 6 inch concrete
base with a 3i inch wooden block, for the wearing surface, laid
on a I inch bed of sand.

The pavement on Arlington street was a Bessemer brick
wearing surface laid on a 6 inch bed of concrete with an inch
bed of sand.

STOCKYARD AT C AND CYPHER STREETS,
SOUTH BOSTON.

The yard has been under the supervision of Samuel C. Lyman,
Assistant Engineer.

The greater part of all structural steel used in the subway
and tunnel construction has been fabricated and stored in this
yard until sent to the various jobs. Practically all of the tools
and miaiellaneous equipment and materials have also been
stored here, and delivered to the different jobs as called for.

Ironworkers from the yard (in addition to the fifteen iron-



28 City Document No. 30.

workers permanently at East Boston) have, as occasion re-
quired, been sent to erect steel and set underpinning beams at
East Boston.

TESTING MATERIALS.
The cement received has been tested by Mr. C. N. Ryan,
Cement Tester, Public Works Department, at City Hall.
All waterproofing materials receiyed have been tested by Mr.
L. Y. Waterhouse, Chemist, Public Works Department, also
at City Hall. All reinforcing rods and structural steel received
have been tested at the mills by Messrs. Robert W. Hunt & Co.

ENGINEERING FORCE.

The names of those members of the Engineering Division
employed for more than one month are given in Appendix A.

Respectfully submitted,

Ernest R. Springer,

Chief Engineer.



Transit Department. 29



APPENDIX A.



Year ending January 31, 1923.

The names of those who have been employed in the Engineering Division
for more than one month during the period covered by this report are given
below, together with an indication of the principal work upon which they
have been engaged.

Arthur B. Carter, Secretary to the Chief Engineer.
Katherine I. Driscoll, Clerk and Stenographer.
Thomas J. Pettit, Clerk and Stenographer.
Mary E. McKernan, Clerk and Stenographer.
William W. Lewis, Assistant Engineer.

Genenl office work and in charge of paving at Arlington Station.
Leonard B. Howe, Assistant Engineer.

In charge of engineering office and all designs and details for structural
steel and reinforced concrete structures.
Joseph W. Parker, Assistant Engineer.

Designs for structural steel and reinforced concrete structures.
Francis V. Carey, Assistant Engineer.

Designs for structural steel and reinforced concrete structures.
Arthur V. Lynch, Assistant Engineer.

Designs and detail plans for East Boston Tunnel Alterations.
Ralph A. Fisher, Assistant Engineer.

Designs and details for steel work. East Boston Tunnel Alterations.
James D. Burns, Assistant Engineer.

Office work. Plans for steel work for East Boston Tunnel Alterations.
Herbert R. Stearns, Assistant Engineer.

Designs and detail plans for East Boston Tunnel Alterations.
John A. Berrigan, Draftsman.

Plans for East Boston Tunnel Alterations.
Frank A. Rull, Transitman.

Blueprinting and photography.
John F. Howard, Blueprinter.
Wilbur W. DaviS, Assistant Chief Engineer.

In charge of construction of East Boston Tunnel Alterations in Mav-
erick Square.
Joseph P. Dever, Assistant Engineer.

Studies, estimates and field work on East Boston Tunnel Alterations.
Robert B. Farwell, Assistant Engineer.

In charge of stairway alterations at Park Street Under Station, of
construction work of Devonshire Station extension and of lowering
platforms of the Tremont^street Subwaj'.
Leo S. Stone, Assistant Engineer.

Construction work of stairway widening at Park-street Station, and
on extension of the Devonshire Station; plans for East Boston
Tunnel Alterations in Maverick Square.



30



City Document No. 30.



Frederick C. H. Eichorn, Assistant Engineer and Inspector.

General construction work; East Boston Tunnel Alterations, Mav-
erick Square.
Lester S. Daniels, Assistant Engineer.

Lines and grades. East Boston Tunnel Alterations, Maverick Square
Robert K. Taylor, Assistant Engineer.

Progress plans, rod schedules and placing; East Boston Tunnel Alter-
ations, Maverick Square.
John M. Wiseman, Assistant Engineer.
HiLLARD C. Donovan, Transitman.
John L. Geoghegan, Transitman.
*WiLLiAM A. Roberts, Transitman.
*RoBERT D. Roche, Transitman.
*Leo a. Rull, Transitman.
Thomas E. Carney, Rodman.
*BENJAMrN W. FiNKELSTEiN, Rodman
*Thomas J. Homer, Jr., Rodman.
*Edward p. McSweeney, Rodman.
John J. Ryan, Rodman.

John J. Farren, Construction Cost Accountant.
George E. Sullivan, Construction Cost Accountant.
John J. Bradley, Clerk. {Timekeeper.)
*Walter J. Brennan, Clerk.
Bartley J. CuRRAN, Clerk.
Samuel C. Lyman, Assistant Engineer.

In charge of stockyard and steel shop at Cypher Street
Thomas J. Muldoon, Clerk and Stenographer.

At stockyard at Cypher Street.

* Left the employ of the Transit Department.



Construction of East
Boston Tunnel Al-
terations in Mav-
erick Square.



Transit Department.



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APPENDIX E.



Canvass of Bids for FtrRNiSHiNG and Placing Wall Finish on the Walls, Ceilings and Pakapets of the New Stairway No. 6 and the Passageway Leading to
THT? East Bound Platform of the Park Street Under Station of the Cambridge Connection. May 25, 1922.



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325.00


305.25


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177.12


250.38


206,25


15.00


22.00


1.50


180.00


286 . 00


247.50


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1.25


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234.00


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George A. Craffey Co.,

816 Old South Bldg., Boston, Mass

Waldo Brothers & Bond Co.,

181 Congress St., Boston

Galassi Mosaic and Tile Companj',
Bennet & Ash Sts., Boston

A. v. Day & Company,

1 Washington St., Boston



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0.70
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0.80
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1,25
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1.25
31.25



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0,15
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1,713.35
1,663.75
1,558.25



Five weeks after work
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15 working days.



4 weeks or sooner.



In 20 working days after
award of contract.



APPENDIX G.

Paving Boylston St. over Arlington Station. June 20, 1922.



Bidder.


5.200 sq. yds.

wood blocks
removed, ex-
cavation, etc.


200 cubic yds
concrete base


Furnisiiing all
material and
laying 5.200

b&k pavement


600 cubic yds.


edgestone.


Furnishing all

cept brick) for
relaying 500

brick sidewalk.


Furnishing and
placing 100 sq.
yds- of grano-
lithic sidewalk.


Furnishing and

cu, yds, of grout
flooded into
broken stone


Furnishing all
material and
laying 100 sq.
yds- temporary


Wages of
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Total.


Time of completion.




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11 Gushing Terrace, Dorchester, Mass. .

Mt. Pleasant Const. Co.,


so. 7a

3,900.00

0.30
1,560.00

0,40
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60
2,600.00

0,40
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3.5
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$0,00
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3.00
600,00

6.00
1,000 00

1 50
300,00

2.50
500.00

3,00
600.00


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3.25
17,420-00

3.00
15,000.00

3 00
15,600,00

2,80
14,560,00

2.85
14,820 00


SS.50
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8,00
4,800.00

9.00
5,400.00

9,00
5,400,00

7.50
4,500.00

7.50
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SO 35
140.00

0.30
120 00

40
160,00

50
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80,00


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50
250.00

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1,00
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50
250,00


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225-00

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3 00
300,00

2 50
250,00

1,80
180,00


$12-00
600 00

10-00
500,00

14,00
700,00

15,00
750,00

12-00
600-00

17.00
850.00


$1.00
100.00

80
80,00

1.00
100.00

1.00
100,00

1,60
160.00

1.00
100.00


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0.40

50
0-60

PrevaiUng

rate.


S29,890
25,605
25,540

25,600
23,270
23,200


Sept. 30, 1922.

40 working days.

60 days after
starting.

4 weeks after
starting.

Sept. 1, 1922.

60 days after
starting.


Coleman Bros. Inc.,
49 Medford St., Charlestown, Mass

William J. Barry,
431 .Ashland St., Boston, Mass

Rowe Cont. Co.,


B. E. Grant Co.,





Transit Department.



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APPENDIX H.

Canvass of Bids for 115 Tons of Asphalt F. O. B. Commonwealth Pier No. 1,

East Boston, June 22, 1922.



Bidder.



Price per

ton
Delivered.



Amount.



Time of delivery.



Standard Oil Co., of New York,
New England Department,
50 Congress St., Boston . . . .



The Texas Company,

715 Tremont Bldg., Boston .



$22 . 78
22.25



19.20



$2,619.70

2,558.75

2,208.00



Shipment to be made promptly

on receipt of order.
Shipment after July 1, 1922.



Within ten days from receipt
of order.



* Awarded. Contract 745.



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City Document No. 30.



APPENDIX I.



Canvass op Bids for 9,000 Tons of Sand to be Delivered in Truck-
Load Lots, as Called for, Along the Line of the Work in the
Vicinity of Maverick Square, East Boston, to December 1,
1923. June 22, 1922.



Bidder.


Price Per
Ton.


Amount.


M. Doyle & Co., Inc.,

22 Weld Ave., Roxbury, Mass

P. O'Riorden,

5 Chelsea St., Charlestown, Mass

A. De Stefano Co.,

10 Everett St., East Boston, Mass


$1.60

1.43
1.40


$14,400.00

12,870.00

*12,600.00







* Awarded. Contract 748.



Transit Department.



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APPENDIX J.

Canvass of Bids for 22,000 Tons of Crushed Stone to be Delivered
Along the Line of the Work in East Boston, in the Vicinity
OF Maverick Square, in Truckload Lots as Called for, Between
Date of Contract and December 1, 1923. June 22, 1922.



Bidder.



Price Per Ton Delivered.



Amount.



The Lynn Sand & Stone Company.
Swampscott, Mass.



Rowe Contracting Company,
1500 Salem St., Maiden, Mass.



1.90 less 1 per cent, dis-
count for payment
within 10 days of pre-
senting bills $1,881,

1.69



$41,382.00
*37,180.00



* Awarded. Contract 747.



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Canvass of Bids for 50,000 Square Yards of Asphalt Saturated Cotton Fabric F. O. B.
Commonwealth Pier No. 1, East Boston, June 22, 1922.



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Price per

square

yard.


Amount.


Time of Delivery.


Samuel Cabot, Inc.,

141 Milk St., Boston


$0.21
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0.185


$10,500.00

9,500.00

* 9,250.00


In lots as requested
the first lot thirty
days after placing
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Fifteen thousand
yards immediately
on receipt of con-
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Minwax Company, Inc.,

18 East 41st St., New York City


Johns-Mansville Inc., of Massachusetts,
55 High St., Boston







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APPENDIX M.



Canvass of Bids for About 123 Tons of Strtjctxjral Steel Beams, Furnished and
Delivered, Commonwealth Pier No. 1, East Boston, June 29, 1922.



Bidder.


Price per lb. for:
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170,580 " 30-in.-180 "


Amount.


Time of delivery.




247,013 " (about 123 tons.)




Bethlehem Steel Company,
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$5,817.16


Within 70 working days
from date of order.



Awarded. Contract 751.



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