A profile of architect David Ziskind, who worked on World Trade Center rebuilding

Colby Magazine writer David Wilson profiles Colby alumnus David Ziskind, who, at 77,  is an architect involved in the rebuilding of the World Trade Center complex. David Wilson reports.

The construction of the Transportation Hub presented staggering challenges, as both the PATH train at the site’s lowest level and the number 1 subway line, which is above the PATH had to remain operational throughout construction. Design plans also had to change radically to ensure that the Memorial Plaza was completed in time for the tenth anniversary of the attacks.

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