The Harmon Tower in Las Vegas will be the focus of a trial this fall, and lawyers for each side will gather what evidence they can from the building. Once that is done, the tower will be demolished, floor by floor. CityCenter officials have referred to the Harmon Tower as a "monument of construction defects," and now the tower will "come down in a controlled fashion rather than having it slop down to its side," said Mark Hall-Patton, administrator of the Clark County Museum. "There's no room for error. It's not going to be easy to get it down without harming something on its side."