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Fox snapped this photograph as part of a series he shot at the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC) while workers installed the roof of the building. "I saw these riggers working against the framing of the structure and immediately saw an opportunity for a very graphic photo," says Fox, who is a principal and director of media services for SWA Group, the project's landscape architect.

Photographer: Tom Fox, SWA Group
Submitted By Ann Kovara, ARTIC Deputy Project Manager, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Los Angeles
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The roof is made of inflatable 'pillows' constructed from ethylene tetrafluoroethylene, fabricated and installed by London-based Vector Foiltec. The worker above is installing extrusions as part of the water runoff system between the pillows. Photo submitter Parsons Brinckerhoff served as the civil engineer and project manager.

Readers can view another of Fox's ARTIC photos in this issue's article on project architect HOK.


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