Build It Bigger: Retractable Football Field Railing
In this clip from Discovery Channel's, "Build It Bigger," host Danny Forster takes us to the construction site of the Arizona Cardinals' stadium as he claims his place in football history by helping build North America's first movable field.
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Build It Bigger: Building the Veer
Las Vegas is known for making first impressions and City Center goes against the grain, but the Veer project manages to break the mold! Building on an incline is not going to be a "simple" project. Watch this video from "Build It Bigger."
Build It Bigger: Vegas Animation 3
Electrical and data cables are covered by easy-to-move steel floor panels that make the system accessible no matter what the configuration of tables, slot machines, etc., at the Palazzo casino. See this animation from "Build It Bigger."
Extreme Engineering: Air Resistance
Would a train traveling inside the transatlantic tunnel be limited to move at a certain speed because of air resistance? The problem of air resistance inside a tunnel is examined on Discovery Channel's "Extreme Engineering."
Extreme Engineering: Submerged Floating Tunnel
Learn more about the submerged floating tunnel design, which would be suspended in water, just 100 feet below the surface. See what this tunnel would do with Discovery Channel's "Extreme Engineering" series.
Build It Bigger: Architects of Shanghai Center
Build It Bigger host Danny Forster interviews the two creative forces behind the architecture of the Shanghai World Financial Center. The men explain to Danny their design and what they want the public to experience when visiting it.
Build It Bigger: Aria Hotel & Casino
In the midst of a financial crisis, Las Vegas plans to put itself on the map with one of the largest construction jobs around, the City Center project. In order to complete the Aria Hotel & Casino in time, it will take the skill of a crane operator.
Extreme Engineering: San Francisco's Immersed Tunnel
San Francisco's Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) is the world's longest and deepest immersed tunnel, taking commuters daily across the bay. Learn more about San Francisco's immersed tunnel on Discovery Channel's "Extreme Engineering."
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Earth 2050: What is the City of the Future?
Architecture critic and writer Paul Goldberger discusses what makes cities so vibrant and livable, and how tomorrow's cities will reflect the past but show us the way to the future in this extended interview from "Earth 2050".
Earth 2050: Searching for Utopia
From the beginning of history, mankind has dreamed of a Utopian civilization. Will a new city, currently under construction in the Arabian desert, fulfill the promise of a perfect city of the future?
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The Rising: September 11 Museum
Alice Greenwald, Director of the National September 11 Museum, offers a first look at the artifacts and objects chosen to be displayed once construction is finished. She also shares her perspective on what makes this museum so truly unique.
Build It Bigger: Design of Al Hamra
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.
Build It Bigger: Rebuilding the Levees
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.