Sculpture That Was Part of a 1988 Structural Disaster in Missouri

At what at first sight seems to be an artistic sculpture inside of a reflection pool at Exponent’s corporate headquarters in Menlo Park California, is actually a dedication to a structural collapse of a television tower in 1988.

At the time of the collapse, the tower was being repaired.

Parts of the steel tower hit the ground so hard that they sunk forty feet underground.

Just like the former Agnew Insane Asylum that is within Oracle’s headquarters in Santa Clara, one can find historical sites in privately owned corporate grounds.

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