Innovation @Work: Rattle-Proof

March 22, 2014

In the latest article from the AFL-CIO's @Work site, we take a look at how the Electrical Workers (IBEW) are trying to make San Francisco more earthquake-proof:

Eighty percent of San Francisco was leveled by a major earthquake in 1906. The magnitude 6.9 earthquake in 1989, caught on live television as the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants prepared for the third game of the World Series, severely damaged the city and its people again, caused an estimated $6 billion in property damage, killed 63 and injured thousands.

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