Nadine M. Post, Engineering News-Record's editor-at-large for buildings, design and construction, is an award-winning journalist with 40 years of experience. Post has written hundreds of articles on the most innovative and challenging building projects the world over. A sampling includes the redevelopment of the World Trade Center; design and construction of the world’s tallest building, the 828-meter Burj Khalifa; the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta; the Los Angeles’ Disney Concert Hall; Seattle’s Experience Music Project; the United Nations restoration and the Statue of Liberty restoration. Post has covered disasters, failures and attacks, including the 1993 bombing and the 2001 destruction of the World Trade Center. She has also written about myriad issues and breakthroughs in the design and construction of buildings. These include inroads in structural, mechanical and fire engineering, seismic design and construction, codes and standards, indoor air quality, green buildings, innovative building systems and materials, project delivery, urban planning, architecture and landscape architecture, and computers in design and construction. Post also has written individual and company profiles of architects, engineers, developers, contractors and other industry giants, including nine ENR Award of Excellence profiles. In 1985, Post wrote McGraw Hill's book Restoring the Statue of Liberty (1986) for the restoration’s architects—Richard S. Hayden and Thierry W. Despont.