Rebuilding New York's Subway Danny takes us to New York City, where the largest public works project in the country is happening: a $15 billion expansion of the NYC transit system. He heads 150 feet underground to find out what can be done without shutting down the city above.
Drought-Proofing Australia After 13 years of record-breaking droughts Melbourne looks to secure its future with a $3.5 billion desalination plant that will turn saltwater into freshwater. Danny joins crews as they build two undersea tunnels, 29 buildings and 52 miles of pipeline.
Azerbaijan's Amazing Transformation After decades of Soviet occupation, Azerbaijan is reinventing itself. With a $6 billion a year renovation and 500 new developments, Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects: the Flame Towers and Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center.
London's Olympic Aquatic Stadium The London Aquatics Centre will host 44 swimming & diving events during the 2012 Olympics and live on as a new addition to the London lanDISCape. Danny Forster goes with crews as they construct one of the most advanced swimming facilities ever built.
Constructing Serbia's Largest Bridge Danny Forster joins crews as they construct Serbia's newest national icon. The Sava River Bridge in Belgrade will be the world's largest single pylon cable stayed bridge and improve a critical freight corridor connecting central Europe to the East.
Amsterdam's Futuristic Floating City Amsterdam's man-made island IJburg will be home to 45,000 residents, 18,000 new homes and the world's first designed floating community. Danny joins the crews building nearly two square miles of new land and moving the world's largest floating office.