Civil Engineering Project

Civil Engineering Project - By Chris Rhea, Will Purvis,...

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By Chris Rhea, Will Purvis, Marcel Phene, Laura Klein, Kurt Bitter, and Andy Sherman
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) Built from the 3 rd century BC until the 17 th century Worlds longest manmade structure(6,352 km) Wall travels without regard to terrain, stretching across plains, through deserts, and even spanning full mountain ranges Wall stretches between watchtowers stationed every few miles Each tower has unique and restricted stairways and entries Mostly made from quarried limestone, granite, and fired brick In extreme western locations, wall constructed from dirt rammed between rough wood tied together with woven mats Forced labor was used to construct the wall over the centuries, and many people died during its construction
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Hoover Dam Built in the 1930’s Named after Mr. Herbert Hoover, the 31st US President Borders Arizona and Nevada in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River Transmits electricity 266 miles
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