Advancements in technology in the construction sector don’t always correspond with advancements in safety, as the recent Qatar World Cup construction proves. In fact it has been estimated that by the time the stadiums and structures for the Qatar World Cup are completed, 4000 workers would have lost their lives during construction.
In a recent interesting post on Gizmodo.com the deadliest construction projects were discussed. Some of the projects that had the highest human death toll include The Panama Canal, The Brooklyn Bridge and The Suez Canal.
To see how many lives were lost and which was the deadliest project in history, click here.
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