After the work day is over, the people who actually keep
the city functioning begin their shifts.
Under the glare of LED lights, utility workers
enter the netherworld of Indy's buildings
to maintain the heating, electrical and
telecommunications systems that the accountants,
attorneys, and administrative workers need
to perform their jobs.
I saw these men working near the intersection
of Pennsylvania and Ohio Streets, where
they dug through several inches of asphalt and
concrete to lift the heavy steel covers,
giving them access to the steam ducts below.
It appears that, in addition to the near-daylight
quality of the lighting, the men are using
saws that somehow don't allow the concrete
dust to blow all over. Instead, it's made
a tidy pile around the perimeter of the hole.