On May 30, 2012, SEFW interviewed nine prominent Seattle structural engineers who were contemporaries of the 1962 Seattle World's Fair. Some of the engineers were directly involved in the design of the iconic buildings that remain today such as the Space Needle, Pacific Science Center, KeyArena, and the Alweg Monorail. This film was created from the videotaped interviews of that day. It also notes some of the architects and contractors who played significant roles in the design and construction of the fair.
Dick Chauner, Jack Christiansen, Gary Curtis, Victor Gray, Norm Jacobson, Tom Kane, Bob Mast, Fred Pneuman, and Einar Svensson were the nine engineers interviewed.
The purpose of the film is not only to preserve the memory of these engineers and their accomplishments but also to encourage a new generation of young people to pursue careers in structural engineering and in the architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) fields of technology.