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IN THE LEAD/TOP 50 2017: THE BUSINESS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

PWSA workers try to reach valves that control the flow of water in and out of Highland Park Reservoir #1 outside the membrane filtration plant in Highland Park on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017. (Rebecca Droke/Post-Gazette)
Infrastructure plays a big part in driving the region's economy and in the 2017 edition of In The Lead, the Post-Gazette's business staff looks at how infrastructure impacts our communities and the companies and people making the decisions. And don't miss our annual Top 50 business lists.
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WORKING THE NIGHT SHIFT

Steve Kelley of McKees Rocks walks into the intersection of Stanwix Street and Penn Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh while on his way to a commercial building cleaner at Gateway Center
After the sun goes down, these Pittsburghers are on the clock keeping the lights on, stocking the shelves, and cleaning offices and hospitals.

Over a three-month period, the Post-Gazette followed night-shift employees, who discussed the impact on their lives and what drives them to accept a shift many would not want. Click here to experience the night shift.

WATCH PG LIVE VIDEO: Tony Norman is joined by Daniel Moore and Steve Mellon to discuss the project.
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