A Year Unlike Any Other
Since September 11th, rescue workers, engineers, contractors, families of victims and community activists have all worked together in the massive effort to recover victims, clear the site and plan its future.
Understated and cool under pressure, this city engineer became the "go-to-guy" at Ground Zero.
With extensive knowledge of WTC engineering, he helped guide rescuers and construction workers safely through the ruins.
She turned grief over losing her husband into a mission.
One firefighter helped defuse the most difficult personal conflicts at Ground Zero.
The Port Authority engineer watched the Towers fall while on vacation; he returned to help coordinate the clean-up.
Having supervised the company that built the Twin Towers foundation, this "below grade guy" helped prevent disaster during clean-up.
He always wanted to work on the world's largest construction site. But this wasn't what he expected.
This community leader wants Lower Manhattan to become a vibrant place to live and work again.