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Digging Deeper: The Foundations of Chicago Architecture
When constructing a tall Chicago building, before you build up, you have to dig down. Some of the first problems pioneering Chicago architects had to deal with were the conditions uncovered when they dug into the city's swampy, muddy soil.
In addition to the physical foundations, this program discusses the many ways young builders of the early “Chicago School” had to innovate to create and invent the tall commercial building. We uncover the amazing stories of buildings old and new and the giants of design and engineering who built them.

Jun 2, 2020 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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