{Timelapse] 8 Years of Construction on the 3 World Trade Center

It’s hard to believe that it has been 17 years since the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City.  I came to the realization this week that many of the men and women that are about to enter the workforce will never have a true understanding about how the country felt that day and how it responded. New York is still responding to this day and, even though the skyline will never quite be the same, there are new buildings in their place paying tribute to those who lost their lives that day.

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[Timelapse] Watch 8 Years of Construction of the Louvre Abu Dhabi in 3 Minutes

Construction timelapse videos make extremely complicated and long projects look much easier to build than they actually are.  The recently opened Louvre in Abu Dhabi took 8 years to complete, but you can watch the full process in only 3 minutes.

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[Timelapse] Atlanta’s I-85 Bridge Rebuild Completed a Month Ahead of Schedule

Traffic in Atlanta sucks, there’s really no other way to say it.  So imagine the tough position commuters and city officials were put in when a bridge of a major highway on the north side of the city caught fire on March 20, 2017 and was damaged beyond repair.  243,000 motorists were forced to find alternate routes to work for the estimated 3 months that it was going to take to rebuild it.  Now, imagine how thrilled they were when the highway opened back up one month ahead of schedule.

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[Timelapse] Construction of the Atlanta Braves New Stadium in 60 Seconds

Atlanta, GA has been busy recently updated their major sports facilities.  The new Atlanta Falcon’s new $1.4 Billion football stadium just recently celebrated a milestone as contractors installed the final roof beam.  That stadium is scheduled to open before the start of the 2017 NFL season.  Before that, however, the Atlanta Braves’ new baseball stadium will officially open in time to kick off the MLB season, which starts on April 2nd.

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