This story should mean a lot more to Chicagoan's and Illinoisans alike now that the firm responsible is working for us.

CBS Chicago reports that, "The new Cline Avenue bridge will stretch for more than a mile, rising 10 stories above the Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal when it opens next year. The $140 million project will replace the old Cline Avenue bridge, which was closed and condemned in 2009."

Should we be worried about this? Should we let them finish the job, or should we get another firm to come in?

Both are good questions and fair questions for that matter. Especially since the tragic events that unfolded in Florida isn't this firms first offense.

Cross at your own risk.