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My father and grandfather were chemical engineers, my younger brother studied civil engineering, my older sister scored over 1400 on her SAT’s. Apparently that “smart” gene, along with the gene that provides a full head of hair, managed to bypass me. Though I never even had the chance to be an engineer, I have always been fascinated with the final products that are churned out by architects, engineers and construction professionals. I remember a couple of years ago when we were developing the website for Precision Executive Search and I was in search of some cool aerial photos of some crazy interchanges. We ended up going with photos of bridges to go along with our tag line of “Bridging The Gap,” but we found some pretty amazing photos that we ended up not using. Besides my intrigue with long span bridges, highway tunnels, elevated highways and uniquely designed and structurally sound buildings, I am even more fascinated with the design and construction of the interchanges that can be found in some of the most traveled areas across the globe. What our audience of civil engineering professionals is capable of accomplishing is nothing short of amazing to me.
So, after perusing the Internet I came across some cool videos (accompanied by music, so turn down your speakers if you are in cube world) that blast through some of the craziest highways and interchanges around the globe. I began to wonder,
Who within our blogosphere could identify some of these interchanges?
Maybe you designed or built one of them, maybe you proposed or bid on one of them, maybe you attended a conference where it was profiled, or, maybe you hit it up every day on your way to work. Whatever the case may be, I would like to challenge you to….
NAME THAT INTERCHANGE!!
Thanks for participating…we look forward to your responses!
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