The pictures have a very 1930s feel because the process of building steel-framed skyscrapers has changed very little since it was invented. Cranes lift the steel; men guide it into place; another crew attached the bolts and partially tightens them; the "plumb crew" checks to see that the building is going up straight; and then the bolts are tightened down.
I look forward to getting here. I look forward to working my ass off. I look forward to sweating. And I look forward to finishing this building. I plan on staying all the way to the top.--High steel worker Christopher Marron