It was the day after Thanksgiving, and I had the great privilege of being the guest of honor at a Halloween party hosted by Mortenson Construction.
They had made a great zombie themed building in honor of their friend and co-founder, Todd Mortenson.
It was made of a white-hot red clay and looked pretty cool.
I was in awe and had to stop to take photos of the building, because it was such a massive and intimidating task to build in the back of a trailer.
Mortenson had built many of the most iconic structures in Hollywood over the years, including the Lincoln Memorial and the Statue of Liberty.
After seeing how this building turned out, I realized that Mortenson’s building was so much more than just a movie prop.
Mortensen is the same guy who built the Empire State Building and the Empire Polo Club in New York.
Morteson built the Hollywood Hills Mall, the Walt Disney World Resort and the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, CA.
And he built the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, on the island of Dubai.
It took a lot of money, a lot work, and a lot thought to build this thing.
Morten is not just a builder of massive structures, he’s also a builder with a heart.
Mort’s family has built countless iconic buildings in the United States, including Burj Dubai, the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Paris, the Sears Tower in Chicago, and the Chrysler Building in Detroit.
But it was during a Halloween event at Mortenson that I had an opportunity to talk with Todd about how he designed this amazing building.
Todd Mortensen (left) and his son, Todd, in the living room of his home.
Todd and Mortenson are best known for building the Empire Memorial, the tallest structure in the world, and then creating a huge zombie-themed structure called the Hollywood Zombies.
Todd has designed some of the best structures in America.
Todd’s brother, Todd (center), was the one who made the Empire Mall in Los Angeles and designed the Burmese Burj, the largest building in the city.
Todd was also the man who made Disney’s Haunted Mansion.
Todd is also a world-class architect.
In his youth, Todd was an art teacher in a small school in Florida, and he taught his children to be creative and imaginative in every aspect of their lives.
Todd graduated from the University of Florida and later became a master’s degree architect at the American Institute of Architects.
Todd worked as an architect for more than 30 years.
His first design was the Burial Hills National Monument in Nevada, and after that he was an architect at Burmoor National Park in Utah, and at the State Museum of California at San Francisco.
Todd spent most of his career in the field of architecture.
He designed the Lincoln Monument in California and the Lincoln Palace in Washington.
Todd built the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, and built the Grand Canyon in Arizona.
Todd also designed the Great Wall of China and the Taj Mahal in India.
Todd currently lives in Santa Monica, California.
He and his wife, Trish, are raising their daughter, Lauren, in Santa Cruz, California and have two other children, Adam and Brittany.
Todd says that his inspiration for the building came from watching movies and reading about his childhood in California.
Todd describes his inspiration as a combination of the movie “Battlestar Galactica” and the book “The Walking Dead” by Brian Aldiss.
Todd believes that this building represents everything that is great about America.
It’s the epitome of American architecture.
Todd told me that the building is based on the movie.
Todd made sure that the exterior was red brick, and it has all of the right details, such as a red roof with a black stripe.
The interior was also red brick and all of it was finished with white paint, with all of its details.
The entrance to the building was a red brick wall.
Todd said that this structure represents America’s pride and our desire to make a better life for ourselves and our children.
It is the home of the American Dream, Todd said.
It also symbolizes the spirit of the great American builders who built America.
There’s something in the building that speaks to the spirit that Todd and his family instilled in us as builders, and that’s something I want to bring back to the American people.
The building is now up for sale, but it’s going for a lot more than $500,000.