By the numbers

June 14, 2009 

Creating and constructing the building that houses the Infantry Museum has a plotline of its own. These numbers tell the story:

9,500

cubic yards of concrete

1,600

tons of structural steel

400

tons of rebar

150,000

feet, or 29 miles, of conduit

284

miles of cable and wire

5,000

light fixtures

500

construction workers

400,000

bricks

100,000

Concrete Masonry Unit blocks

Source: Batson-Cook Construction

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