A Bahá'i Temple Project Team Had to Prepare for Everything—Including Earthquakes
Building a crowning religious center in a seismic zone took a lot more than faith. The US$30 million, 14-year project was the last of eight continental temples around the world commissioned by the Bahá'i World Center. The project, designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects, involved exhaustive testing and tireless requirements management to ensure all design and construction goals were achieved.
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