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Building America's Hangar : The Design and…

Building America's Hangar : The Design and Construction of the Steven F.… (2004)

by Lin Ezell

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This book is dedicated to members of the core team
who did not live to see our dreams realized at Dulles:
Derwin Abston
Donald D. Engen
Charles Howard
Francis P. Tunstall
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Established by Congress in 1846 and initially funded by a $500,000 bequest from British scientist James Smithson, the Smithsonian has consistently sought to broaden our understanding of the world around us.
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(From Amazon website) Employing a lively and accessible mix of running text, special-feature sidebars and stunning large-format ground, installation and aerial photographs, as well as plans, photomontages, and detailed “action” shots, the author brings to life the details of engineering and construction processes– such as the raising of the massive main hangar roof – and explores the challenges and demands faced by the project team, of which she was a key member.
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