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The man brought the Freedom Tower plans to the New York Post, which says the 150-page schematic is marked: "Secure Document — Confidential."
The documents are dated Oct. 5, 2007. They contain plans for each floor, the thickness of the concrete-core wall, and the location of air ducts, elevators, electrical systems and support columns.
Originally posted by Finn1916
They should give the homeless guy a reward for finding the plans and letting the rest of us know that the builders of the freedom tower want people to know all the top secret stuff going into building it
Originally posted by Oldtimer2
if someone wanted to see the blueprints of building,all they would have to do is go to the building department and ask to look at them,part of public record
Originally posted by johnsky
But regardless, kudos to the homeless guy.
Originally posted by burdman30ott6
Also the guy who said "confidential" doesn't mean "top secret" is 100% correct. I'm a C.E. and pretty much anything that goes out of this office that isn't 100% completed, sealed, signed, and ready for the RFP process has a "Confidential" stamp and a "PRELIMINARY, NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION" stamp on it.