Center and Morgan Boulevard. The design-build project also included two parking garages, access roads, and Project Manager for the geotechnical investigations for an approximately seven-mile-long, large (up to 90-inch) diameter combined sewer overflow pipeline along the north and south banks of the James River for the City of Richmond, Virginia. The alignment passed through a granite/gneiss formation potentially requiring blasting during installation. Blasting impacts from the proposed construction on existing nearby construction including a railway line, a slurry wall, and a 48-inch diameter water line, were assessed. The report presented recommendations for preparing a blast monitoring program for the pipeline construction. The project also includes the construction of a riverfront development project along an existing canal in connection with a downtown revitalization project. Construction phase consultation was provided on an as-needed basis. Qamar Kazmi also served as Project Manager for the geotechnical investigations on CSO’s 4 and 5 for approximately 1.25-mile long, 18-ft diameter, CSO rock tunnel along the north bank of the James River for the City of Richmond, Virginia. The proposed construction included 30- to 40-ft diameter, 60- to 80-ft deep pump station, and access shafts for the tunnel.