wim1959 wrote:The day before temperatures about the same.
1,16 inch rain.
9,1 Mi sight
More wind. Wind gust 17 MPH (Erin, I suppose)
The day after cooler, no rain, sight 9,9 mi, some more wind but not much.
wim1959 wrote:I capped that picture from a meteorological site myself and photobucketed it for own use.
truthseeker wrote:Apparently a lot of space was available in the WTC around 2000.
Here is just a simple google search guys. For what its worth.
http://www.showcase.com/New-York/World- ... e-for-Rent
Your FOIL request asked for the following DOB records:
“Copies of inspections and certifications records issued by the New York City Department of Buildings, pertaining to construction projects performed at the World Trade Center Buildings 1 and 2 between January 2000 and January 2002.”
“Permits or certifications provided by the NYC Department of Buildings regarding elevator modernization/renovation work performed at the former World Trade Center buildings 1 and 2 during the 1990s and 2000s.”
According to the Department’s Building Information System (“BIS”), there was a complaint registered on January 11, 2001 at 1 World Trade Center, but the Department did not inspect in view of a lack of jurisdiction. Nor are there records of the Department having inspected 1 World Trade Center during the time period in question for any other reason. There are no records of complaints filed or inspections conducted at 2 World Trade Center for the period requested.
The Department of Buildings records show no violations issued during that period, so there would be no certification records.
BIS shows no elevator records for the time period in question.
nonhocapito wrote:Q_prime wrote:I had visited one of WTC tower where the guide fully detailed the construction process...
Welcome, Q_prime. If you don't mind I'll ask you the same thing I ask anyone who says they have been on the towers (if you remember the experience in sufficient detail). Not that it means much, but you never know. First off, in what year and month? How was security in the building? Did you notice activity in the lobby and during the ascent? Did it look like a "busy at work" edifice? How did you rise to the top, did you have to change elevator?
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