11 Roof trusses have been installed as well as trench work.
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ABC News reports as firefighters try to control the massive Woolsey fire, another blaze, the Peak fire, started near a highway and close to homes northwest of Los Angeles.
CBC's Briar Stewart reports from the devastated town of Paradise, where people are bracing for rains that could bring a new danger to the region.
Euronews reported on vast piles of debris, collapsed roads and sunken boats damage.
This video showcases BostonDynamic’s Spot Robot navigating construction sites.
Exciting progress is being made for the new Statue of Liberty Museum in New York.
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