New York City’s soggy summer has everyone in a bad mood. At the Alexander Hamilton Bridge, the ironworkers must remove a stubborn rusty steel beam, and install a massive, 52-ton steel assembly. Just as they sink their teeth into the work, storm clouds roll in. With the pressure on, tempers flare. Meanwhile at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Connector Mike Borgia works in and out of the rain to build arena’s steel Oculus. When wet, the entryway’s painted steel beams are as slippery as ice - but with a truss to set, and deadlines to meet, Mike braves the dangerous wet steel.
Source: Weather Channel