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Neolithic construction Construction in ancient Mesopotamia Construction in ancient Egyp Construction in ancient Greece Roman construction Medieval construction Construction in the Renaissance Construction in the nineteenth century: Industrial Revolution

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 Megaprojects .  New Deal.Twentieth century:  Second Industrial Revolution.

aided design.Discoveries and Development  Skyscrapers.  Computer .  Heavy equipment and power tools.  Prefabrications. .

What is the most characterized for 20th Ages? .

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But what is the secret? .

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 The elevator conundrum.…  Good structural design.  Reinforced concrete. .  Shear walls.

 Strong metals such as aluminum and steel.  Carbon fibers.Materials Science and engineering  Ceramics such as concrete.  Polymers such as polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA). .  Nanotechnology.  Mix asphalt concrete.

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Modern computer era  Quantum computers.  Nuclear fusion. .  Nanotechnology.  Bioengineering.

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