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America Rebuilds: A Year at Ground Zero
Ground Zero Profiles
Engineering the Clean-Up
Artifacts
Video Stories
Imagining the Future
Dialogue
About the Program

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Video Stories

WTC History

'Demo Dave' Griffin

On the Frontlines

Slurry Wall Animation

Meeting of the Minds

Here Come the Troops

The Surviving Structures

The Sphere

Townhall Meeting

Max Protech Gallery Show

Town Hall Meeting

WTC History

The building of the Twin Towers in the 1960s
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"Demo Dave" Griffin

Meet a colorful demolition expert
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On the Frontlines

Ironworker Terry Strobel on arriving at Ground Zero
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Slurry Wall Animation

The towers pioneered a foundation technology.
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Meeting of the Minds

Inside the daily rescue and recovery meetings.
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Here Come the Troops

Kevin Quattrock coordinates the grapplers.
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The Surviving Structures

Engineers assess the buildings still standing.
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The Sphere

A WTC icon defines the temporary memorial.
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Townhall Meeting

The community responds.
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Max Protetch Gallery Show

Visions of architects and artists for rebuilding.
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Town Hall Meeting

A forum for city residents on the site's future
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The Documentary Continues Online

The producers of "America Rebuilds: A Year at Ground Zero" spent more time at Ground Zero than any other film crew. With hundreds of hours of remarkable footage, the filmmakers made tough choices about what to include in the broadcast. Here are stories from "America Rebuilds: A Year at Ground Zero," plus a few Web exclusives.


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Image credits: Great Projects Film Company, Max Protech Gallery