Clark with his wife, Laura, and sons Carson (left) and Cameron (right)
The south clock tower before F.J.A. Christiansen Roofing performed the copper roof replacement
Photo courtesy of F.J.A. Christiansen Roofing Co. Inc., Milwaukee, a Tecta America company.
The south tower after roofing work
Various sections of ornate custom-fabricated copper on the south tower.
A close-up section of the lantern area with hundreds of details hand-soldered into place
Light well cornice with individual dentals along with stamped and soldered column capitals on scaffolding before installation
A sheet metal craftsman crimps details together before soldering
Roofing workers, HVAC technicians, electricians, painters and other maintenance workers work close to these RF-transmitting antennas.
Photo courtesy of RF CHECK Inc., San Diego
Unsuspecting workers often do not know the existence or specific location of RF hazards and routinely work near and in front of stealth antennas such as those hidden behind the shutters.