Thursday, November 10, 2011


It seems like only yesterday that I was a young architect in the office of C. F. Murphy Associates in Chicago.  

The office was busy, and one of their premier projects was the new FBI headquarters building to be built in Washington, D. C.  I didn't work on the drawings for the FBI building, but I watched a large and dedicated team of people labor for many months to produce the drawings.

Today I came across an article in Huffington Post  citing a report by the GAO, casting doubt on the future of the building, which has reached the ripe old age of 36 years.

Oh, well.

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