Robert Gray

Robert Gray has been a member of the International Union of Operating Engineers for more than twenty-five years. When he's not working, Gray races automobiles and travels extensively. He lives in New York and Vermont.

Books by this Author

Hours after two airplanes hit the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11, 2001, Charlie Vitchers, a construction superintendent, and Bobby Gray, a crane operator, headed downtown. They knew their skills would be crucial amid the chaos and destruction after the towers fell. What they could not imagine -- and what they would soon discover -- was the enormity of the task at Ground Zero. Four hundred million pounds of steel; 600,000 square feet of broken glass; and 2,700 vertical feet of...