Kenny Slaught – Hoover Dam Is Nation’s Most Important Feat

The wall of the dam boasts an engines room complete with 17 generators that produce all the power. 16 of them are large generators while two smaller ones work as a single generator, used to provide hydroelectric energy to surrounding minicipalities. Kenny Slaught notes that the power generated from the dam is allocated across 15 … More Kenny Slaught – Hoover Dam Is Nation’s Most Important Feat

Kenny Slaught – US Relies Heavily On Power From Hoover Dam

The Hoover Dam was elegantly crafted during the American Great Depression between 1931 and 1936, costing the nation $49 million dollars. The revolutionary structure was initially called Boulder Dam, but was later renamed Hoover Dam in honor of the then-President Herbert Hoover, who significantly contributed to the construction of this wonderful project. At 221 meters … More Kenny Slaught – US Relies Heavily On Power From Hoover Dam

Kenny Slaught On The Architectural Maintenance Endeavours Of Santa Barbara

Central Santa Barbara provides a worthwhile opportunity for keen minds to value how the architecture at that time was introduced. The design of buildings, and details suggesting the relation each building had with the historical aesthetics of that age is also valuable when examining the Hispanic architecture. For example, a roof design has a colonial … More Kenny Slaught On The Architectural Maintenance Endeavours Of Santa Barbara

Central Santa Barbara Epitomizes The Development Of Its Architectural Style – Kenny Slaught

A United States architectural movement known as the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture originated in the early 20th century. The movement involved designing some cities that were the earlier Spanish colonies, which then became American cities, using the Spanish architectural style. A major part of this architectural style can be seen in California. After an earthquake … More Central Santa Barbara Epitomizes The Development Of Its Architectural Style – Kenny Slaught