Yes, concrete is being poured and steel beams are going in, but seven years after the Twin Towers were destroyed by terrorists, the rebuilding effort remains a work in progress.
Frustrated by what seems to be unrealistic deadlines, Governor Paterson ordered the Port Authority to come up with a revamped timetable.
When it was released, it confirmed construction in the 16-acre site was both years behind schedule and more than a billion dollars over budget.
Officials promised to have the memorial finished by the 10th anniversary of the attacks but the iconic Freedom Tower's completion date has been pushed back to 2013.
The $3.2 billion dollar scaled down transit hub also isn't expected to open until 2014, five years after its original projected completion date.
2008 In Review: Plans At WTC Site Examined, Scaled Back