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Almost every working day for the past 31 years Mike Warfield has gone deep underground.
Often fifteen stories are more below the streets of New York City parking -- through dirt and bedrock.
Warfield is a third generation sandy hall and urban -- all of these guns is.
Knocking off -- talkative guy.
You know if you take a look at the scope of the job you know it's your side of the you try and make sure that some of that -- before you go on the view today.
Come on -- billionaire.
It's kept me whether it.
Warfield wore a helmet camera to give us his sand hogs subterranean view spending nine hours a day without natural light with air -- Above clearing and building critical has pursuers steam water and -- -- -- Cold muddy and extremely loud dynamite was used -- and heavy equipment like these markers are constantly maneuvering in the narrow gaps and.
-- and what we're -- remove a lot of rock we'll -- on a lot of building lasting.
You know you just try try your best to make it is it -- so -- and you know probably.
Would you recommend this -- Not my -- Right now we're 100 feet -- park avenue in the heart of midtown Manhattan.
Eventually this model and 65 feet wide and 65 feet high carrying trained on board that the track he found the Long Island.
Warfield clearly is that -- title walking -- for leaders in the national 147.
Says there's no.
Everybody wiped out.
You don't have to worry about somebody that he went back.
And it's our system it just a better -- toward him.
The east side access project that the price tag of more than seven billion.
But -- -- work left to be done it's expected completion date is no later than April when he eighteen.
With the San -- in New York Rick Leventhal Fox News.
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