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Topic - Kevin Murphy
"Everyone here wants to be here, they want to put this building up," Mr. Murphy says. "They're part of the redemption."
"This is not just any construction site, this is a special place for these guys," says Mr. Murphy of the 1,000 men and some women who work in the building at any given time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.