Robert McCoy received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of California at Berkeley in 1963. He has been a licensed California architect since 1964. For the next 20 years, most of his experience was in multi-story, high-rise, steel-frame buildings, including the 34-story headquarters for Pacific Gas and Electric in San Francisco. McCoy also participated in the design of 575 Market Street, a 44-story building for Standard Oil's headquarters, and 100 Pine Street, a 34-story office building.
I don't want to be involved with conspiracy theories, you know, there are lots of them. They can go on, we can speculate on that forever. What we really need to know is how -- how those buildings came down.