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March 11, 2019
NEW YORK — Tameeka Gwyn is used to schlepping concrete weighing as much as 60 pounds around a construction site. For Janna Rojas, it's a cinch to carry metal pipes as heavy as 100 pounds going into new plumbing.
“When you first do it, it's quite a shock, but it's reality,” says Gwyn, who with Rojas is helping build a Manhattan high-rise for the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan.
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