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In astonishingly short order, Brigadier General Brehon B. Somervell conceived and built an institution that ranks with the White House, the Vatican, and a handful of other structures as symbols recognized around the world.
MIRACLE ON THE HUDSON is a gripping modern story that vividly evokes the experiences and heroism of everyday men and women who faced an extraordinary ordeal.
A collection of airports, passenger terminals, train stations, police boxes and parking structures selected from facilities built in Japan between 1990 and 1996.
A parade of colorful construction vehicles doing their work means plenty of joyful noise!
These dot-to-dots give truck-loving kids a ticket to ride! Each picture presents a hard-working construction vehicle, accompanied by information on what it is, what it does, and why it's so interesting.
Perfect Phrases in Spanish for Construction gives you more than 500 vital words and phrases specific to working on commercial and residential job sites, with translations spelled out phonetically so you can say what you need to say immediately.
Welcome to the building site. We’re very glad you’re here. Everything’s a mess, and we need YOU, our engineer!
Primary Care Centres explores the process of planning and designing buildings for frontline medical practice.
Reflects the broad changes that have occurred in the aviation industry. Offers definitive guidance on every aspect of airport planning and design. Unmatched coverage of the geometric design of landing areas, air traffic control systems, airport security, demand forecasting, financing, terminal and ground access system planning, and much more.
From building skyscrapers to loading freight trains, from tearing down old houses to mining fuel, heavy equipment is everywhere! Children will enjoy taking a close-up look at these important machines
The Battle of Iwo Jima, fought in the winter of 1945 on a rocky island south of Japan, brought a ferocious slice of hell to earth: in a month's time, more than 22,000 Japanese soldiers would die defending a patch of ground a third the size of Manhattan, while nearly 26,000 Americans fell taking it from them.
Dan Cruickshank, whose Around the World in 80 Treasures sold more than 70,000 copies, presents a compelling, maverick history of architecture.
The journey starts on the conveyer belt, where children can stick on automobiles and their parts. Follow the cars and other vehicles from the flatbed to the showroom, through city traffic, on the way to an emergency, along the Interstate, and to a gas station to refuel.
Since 1947, when the very first TONKA vehicles came out, these sturdy and dependable toys have been family favorites.
The super-successful Storytime Stickers series has gone MEGA, with endless fantastic adventures for kids to join in: - Ahoy Matey!: Pirates and hidden treasure! What could be better?
The People Profit Connection outlines the emotional intelligence methodology to enhance your employee's people skills and increase your bottom line.
Written by bestselling author Dan McNichol, The Roads that Built America is the fascinating story of the largest engineering project the world has ever known.
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