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It was always improved.
Rates makes this and -- more interests.
Liked Oakley had never worked on a building before and what a place to start.
He's a member of the net game which is in charge of raising the protective cocoon around the top of one World Trade Center we have to.
Protect the street the people down -- from foreign objects so.
Every two stories that Iraq's view we we -- the -- up -- and that's the system as a point of pride for the agency in charge of rebuilding the site.
Our engineers design -- -- never been used in -- building like this performances this is safety netting just wrap this cocoon around the building.
And I it's been studied.
By other construction projects around the world.
For making sure that the safety of our workers and -- to the people down on the street is is the number one.
As the steel goes up so does the wrapping.
Designed to keep objects like a drop them range from hitting people on the ground below the -- -- Before went to the street it would go to the net system the way we have at the top and overlaps the bottom -- It would catch it make it drop in on the floor -- saves a lot of people that's on the ground from getting there.
-- -- says the netting makes it easier for workers to concentrate on their jobs replacing what were once Manhattan's tallest buildings.
-- one -- stronger and taller.
Everybody talks about the old world trade before anything happened to this everybody -- to an old.
Have written this and -- -- -- We said.
Was -- part of that but now I get the chance.
-- -- improve Wednesday in New York Rick Leventhal Fox News.
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