Work on a $140 million art museum in Los Angeles is proving to be quite challenging to its builders, according to this article. The complex design for The Broad contempory art museum calls for a three-story structure with a structural concrete core to be "veiled" by 2,500 fiberglass-reinforced concrete panels, made up of more than 400 trapezoidal shapes and featuring an oculus. This article provides detailed descriptions of the work involved, including a slideshow of work on the structure.

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