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"The wall held." Three paragraphs in to the New York Times profile of Arturo Lamberto Ressi di Cervia and we already have goosebumps. On ...

Draped in the stars and stripes, spire is hoisted atop World Trade Center as construction continues

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Posted by Wayne Grayson on May 03, 2013

Construction workers in Manhattan watched closely Thursday, many holding smartphones and cameras to capture the big moment, as the gleaming ...

World Trade Center construction site remains susceptible to flooding

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Posted by Amanda Bayhi on Feb 08, 2013

The World Trade Center is expected to be less vulnerable to flooding when construction is completed by 2020, but authorities ...

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