BY RACHEL CRIPPIN CLARK
ANYONE WHO’S EVER LIVED OR WORKED NEAR A BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
SITE PROBABLY COULDN’T HELP BUT BE INTERESTED IN THE PROCESS.
One day there are monster-size yellow excavators rumbling around,
clawing out a mammoth hole in the ground. Another day the cement
mixers arrive and a foundation is set. That’s followed by a combination of pounding, screeches and thuds as beams go up and bricks
are laid. Before you turn around, there’s a building gleaming in the
sky and quiet resumes as finishing work like plumbing and electric