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- Episode Guide 73 episodes
- Big Ticket Construction
Examining one of the most challenging jobs in construction, the $50 million dollar renovation project under Carnegie Hall.
- Pipe Dreams
Engineers build oil, gas, and water pipes in the harshest conditions.
- Race For the Sky
The challenges that engineering companies face building tall skyscrapers.
- Sub Zero
Building roads and breaking ice in the arctic.
- Engineering Ice
- Extreme Screens
Large-format screens are getting bigger and four-dimensional.
- Engineering For Terror
Engineers use designs to protect buildings from terror attacks.
- Hammer This!
The biggest pile drivers and augers drive steel and drill holes for bridges and buildings.
- Safety Squads
Special machines built for land, sea and aerial rescue.
- Mega Machines
Ten monsters of construction dig, plow and lift all over the world.
Engineers build gas, oil and water pipes in the harshest conditions.
- Moving the Monsters
- Defying Gravity
Giant indoor hills; intelligent skis; makeover a mountain.
- Power Play
Smarter dams; earthquake-proof power lines; elite aerial electricians.
- Forbidden Frontier
Building under the sea.
- Super Ports
Huge new container ships force ports to build bigger and more secure.
- Road Warriors
Racetracks and highways are built for speed and safety.
- Making H2O
- Star Structures
When constructing new buildings, the building itself has become as important as its contents.
Construction of new museums and art galleries.
The world's impending water crisis.
- Under the Hardhat
Women run sophisticated equipment in a Wyoming coal mine; tackling structural problems of a Squaw Valley ski resort; the London Eye.
- Big Ticket Building
Colosseum at Caesar's Palace in Atlantic City; restoration of Boardwalk Hall; the Sage Gateshead on the River Tyne.
- Training: The Next Generation
Innovative training facilities in Canada, the United States and cyberspace.
- Fast Tracking: High Speed Trains
Germany's ICE 3 and Transrapid's MagLev train.
- Fire Down Below
Geothermal power makes possible the building of large-scale construction projects.
- Born Again Construction
Modern engineering and architectural concepts.
- Rest in Pieces
Demolition equipment is staggering in both its size and ability to take down buildings.
- A New Wave: Engineering Water Parks
Competitive, complex water-park rides.
The most daring and innovative people in construction, including New York's tunnel workers and miners, Michael B. Radigan, and Vancouver's Pacific Drilling and Blasting.
- Retractable Revolution
New stadiums feature sharp sightlines, high-tech sound and visual systems, cutting-edge roofing, and engineered field surfaces.
- Life on the Line
Innovative people in the world of construction.
- Harnessing the Wind
Wind power projects in Alberta and Denmark.
Sports stadiums with high-tech sound and visual systems, cutting-edge roofing and engineered field surfaces.
- Floating Giants
The Hoover-Diana oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico.
- Monuments: Engineering For Beauty and Time
The enduring structures that celebrate and commemorate achievements of the human spirit.
- Shattered Image
High-tech new uses for glass.
- Digging Big
The RH400, the world's biggest hydraulic excavator; the Liebherr and Caterpillar.
- Dying for a Job
The dangers of being in the construction field; new technologies to help train workers to be safe.
- Heavyweight Champions
The Asian Hercules II, one of the most powerful floating cranes on Earth.
- No Way Out
Securing prisons; polycarbon-coated windows; tiny video surveillance cameras; bio-containment.
- Cities at Sea
Cruise ships of the 21st century.
- Egnatia Odos: Of Gods and Monster Machines
The Via Egnatia, the highway that will join Igoumenitsa to the Turkish border.
- Against the Sea
Global warming and flooding in the North Sea.
- Mining Ice
The 1991 discovery of diamonds in the Northwest Territories gives a boost to Canadian industry.
- Breaking Waves: Army Corps of Engineers
San Juan Harbor and the Port of Los Angeles are feats of the Army Corps of Engineers.
- Top Ten
Stretching architectural limits.
- Dubai: City of Dreams
A vacation city is being built in the city of Dubai.
- Nature Under Glass
Building plastic domes for rare plants; the world's largest dome-covered beach; creating a self-sustaining ecosystem.
- Building for Gold
Building Olympic venues.
- Buildings That Kill
Determining the reasons for structural collapse.
- Tokyo Teleport Town
Tokyo builds a futuristic minicity in the harbor.
- Doing the Dirty Work: Robots for Hire
Robotic construction workers; Robonaut.
- Big Shots: The Art and Science of Blasting
Making explosives cleaner, safer and more efficient.
- Virtual Engineering
Simulations allow engineers to test plans before construction.
- Working High
'Rope access technicians' scale skyscrapers.
- The Shape of the Future
Tensile membrane structures; air beams; portable buildings.
- Extreme Curves
Computers create new construction techniques.
- Heavy Traffic
Trucks of the construction industry.
- Movers Not Shakers
Relocating a lighthouse and an airport terminal.
- Some Assembly Required
The international space station.
- Built Long, Built Strong
The Tsing Ma bridge in Hong Kong.
- Building for Tomorrow
- Building for Disaster
Engineers strive to construct buildings that can withstand earthquakes, storms, fire, and terrorist attacks.
- A Giant Out of Water
Artificial island houses hi-tech aircraft terminal.
England's Millennium Dome; dome construction.
- After the Wall: The Rebuilding of Berlin
Computer simulations rebuild Berlin's business district.
- The Oresund Link
Tunnel and bridge connection between Denmark and Sweden.
- Race for the Sky
Modern office towers.
Tunnel under the English Channel.
- Dream Factories
Las Vegas recreates various world landmarks.
- The Big Dig
Boston's Central Artery Tunnel Project.
- Sable Offshore Energy Project
Extracting natural gas from the Atlantic.