Cowboy Stadium Design

The Dallas Cowboys' Emmitt Smith shares his feelings about the new Stadium.

Cowboy Stadium Design

Cowboy Stadium Design
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The Dallas Cowboys' Emmitt Smith shares his feelings about the new Stadium.

Stress Test

Stress Test
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Danny Forster is on site as crews use two enormous cranes to test how the truss for the London Olympic Aquatic Stadium will hold up under pressure.

Building Down

Building Down
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In order to bring more commuters to midtown New York, engineers need to almost double the size of Grand Central Station. In a crowded city like NYC, the only option is to build down instead of up.

Fire in the Hole

Fire in the Hole
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Digging subway tunnel deep underground means clearing away countless tons of rock. What's one of the easiest ways to clear a new path? Fire in the hole!

Drop Ceiling

Drop Ceiling
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To create the ceiling for London's new Olympic Aquatic Stadium, crews install 37,000 custom-manufactured pieces of Brazilian lumber.

Falling to Pieces

Falling to Pieces
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Danny Forster sees firsthand how some sections of rock in NYC's underground transit tunnels are literally falling to pieces.

Bold Move

Bold Move
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Planners for the 2012 Olympics in London made a bold decision to hold the games East London - two miles away from the heart of the city.

Menzi Muck-er

Menzi Muck-er
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Most excavation machines can't operate on steep surface angles. See how the "Menzi Muck-er" handles a steep decline in New York City's underground tunnels.

Hard Working Roof

Hard Working Roof
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London prepares to host the 2012 Olympics by building a massive new aquatic stadium. Danny Forster gets a look at the 120,000 square foot steel roof in progress.

The Marina Bay Sands

The Marina Bay Sands
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The tiny island of Singapore is ready to increase it's footprint and build an entirely new downtown. This evolution will be complete with the country's first casino, the Marina Bay Sands.

The Al Hamra Tower

The Al Hamra Tower
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Kuwait is building the world's tallest twisting structure. The Al Hamra tower will be a skyscraper like no other in the world!

Changing the Gaming Market

Changing the Gaming Market
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When the Marina Bay Sands opens later this year, Singapore will instantly become one of the largest gaming markets in the world! It is now up to the builders to reinvent the idea of the Hotel/Casino.

Design of Al Hamra

Design of Al Hamra
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The Al Hamra Tower is one of the largest skyscrapers in the world. Unlike any other skyscrapers, it is the only one with a design that was truly inspired by its environment.

Retractable Football Field Railing

Retractable Football Field Railing
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Danny Forster claims his place in football history by helping build North America's first movable field.

Fabric Retractable Rooftops

Fabric Retractable Rooftops
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The Arizona Cardinals' stadium's retractable rooftop is made primarily of fabric panels.

Cardinals' Stadium Exterior Design

Cardinals' Stadium Exterior Design
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Learn about "curved" rectangles, which are a key exterior architectural feature of the Arizona Cardinals' stadium.

Istanbul - Web Extra

Istanbul - Web Extra
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Danny observes a construction worker melt off bolts that are holding back the sea water.

Football Field on Wheels

Football Field on Wheels
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Learn how railroad tracks can be used to create North America's first retractable football field.

Cardinals' Stadium Windows

Cardinals' Stadium Windows
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Danny Forster shows us Peter Eisenmen's architectural window design for the Arizona Cardinals' stadium.

Rebuilding the Levees

Rebuilding the Levees
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Prior to Hurricane Katrina, levees were the only line of defense the residents of New Orleans had against flooding. Now, builders are looking to create the largest surge barrier in the world, changing the way New Orleans fights hurricanes.

Danny Diary: Trump Hotel

Danny Diary: Trump Hotel
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Go inside the building of Trump Tower in Chicago, and see the low-tech way to bring a TV cameran to the top.

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