In our daily lives, we are surrounded by wires, pipes, utility poles, cell towers and a myriad of infrastructure that facilitates almost everything we do. This is a fascinating account of the author’s exploration of the infrastructure that sustains our modern American lives.
This book can be found in HECSA Library:
On the Grid: A Plot of Land, an Average Neighborhood, and the Systems That Make Our World Work
HC 110 .C3 H85 2010