more than a few of the older buildings have very odd construction data, no building materials on site, not normal materials used, length of construction is unrealistic, even fire proof granite seems to burn all too often.It might be slow at the moment, but the wake up process is moving forward.
Cool little video it is. Nothing too fancy, yet it is definitely worth watching. Right questions are being asked.
To compare look at the Parliament Building in Ottawa, Canada, supposedly started in April 1861. A problem arose and the foundation was lowered seventeen feet deeper than designed? Apparently the Royal Engineers were not aware that the proposed building was sitting on solid rock, Ugh.
That ended up in court , commission of inquiry , and construction re-started in 1863. The unfinished buildings were used for the Queens birthday in 1868, supposley the buildings were not finished, see photo. By 1876, the structures of Parliament Hill were finished, along with the surrounding fence and gates. However, the grounds had yet to be properly designed or landscaped.
Fire destroyed the Center Block on February 3, 1916. Despite the ongoing war, the original cornerstone was re-laid by Governor General Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught, on September 1, 1916; exactly fifty-six years after his brother, the future King Edward VII, had first set it. Eleven years later, the new tower was completed and dedicated as the Peace Tower,
I have notes to myself over my entire office, sticky notes in the phone and still can not keep up with the new information. I catch myself laughing out loud by myself at myself for not noticing.
Parliament Hill - Wikipedia