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North Tower Electrical Plans

World Trade Center Blueprints Released by Whistleblower

In February of 2009, a second set of World Trade Center blueprints was provided to 9-11 Research via Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, titled, "Tower A Electrical." This set of 178 drawings of the North Tower contains plans, elevations, sections and details of components of the building involving the electrical systems, including some elevator and fireproofing details. The drawings are dated 1967.

The first set of blueprints of the World Trade Center were provided by a whistleblower to Steven E. Jones in March of 2007 and included detailed floor plans, elevations and structural details of the North Tower. These drawings helped to corroborate inferences about the core structures of the Twin Towers earlier made by 9-11 Research and others on the basis of construction photographs and descriptions in contemporaneous issues of the Engineering News Record.

World Trade Center blueprints title page
Title page for the set of drawings. Captions on the drawings contain the following:
THE WORLD TRADE CENTER: THE PORT OF NEW YORK AUTHORITY
MINORU YAMASAKI & ASSOCIATES: MINORU YAMASAKI, ARCHITECT
WORTHINGTON, SKILLING, HELLE & JACKSON: STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS
JOSEPH R. LORING & ASSOCIATES: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
EMERY ROTH & SONS: RICHARD ROTH, ARCHITECT
JAROS, BAUM & BOLLES: MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
THE PORT OF NEW YORK AUTHORITY: PAVING, UTILITIES, FOUNDATIONS

The graphic documents, numbering 178, are high-resolution scans of blueprints that include detailed plans of the North Tower's electrical architecture.


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