Remembering the World Trade Center

In April, 2004, the BACnet committee toured a NIST facility. Part of the tour covered the Building and Fire Research Laboratory, and we glimpsed some of the twisted metal beams from the World Trade Center after it collapsed on September 11, 2001, in New York. It was a very solemn moment for all of us.

World Trade Center steel beams at NIST World Trade Center steel beams at NIST World Trade Center steel beams at NIST

World Trade Center steel beams at NIST World Trade Center steel beams at NIST World Trade Center steel beams at NIST

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2 Responses to Remembering the World Trade Center

  1. herb turetzky says:

    I have written a poem about a WTC steel beam. If I were to have this poem published, I would like to use one of these photos to accompany it. Is this permissable, or are these photos copyrighted and forbidden from being published without permission.
    Thank you for your consideration.
    Herb T

  2. skarg says:

    Hi Herb,

    The photos are copyrighted, and you have my permission to use any of the WTC steel beam photos to accompany your poem.

    Best Regards,

    Steve

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