Buildings & Construction
Blown Away: Revisiting a Famous Engineering Case
One of the undergraduate engineering courses that left a deep and lasting impression on Dat Duthinh was a course on innovation and aesthetics in engineering taught by David Billington at Princeton University. So, when he read the story of a skyscraper in New York City that had to undergo secret emergency repairs because of a question from an engineering student in New Jersey, the NIST engineer knew that the student had to be one of Billington’s. And he knew then that he wanted to come back and investigate this issue in greater detail someday. Read more in his blog post about the infamous Citicorp Building.