Almost everyday they rise before the crack of dawn to build the city that never sleeps. From the freezing cold, to the blistering heat, in rain, hail or snow they are down underground or at dizzying heights fabricating the skyline. The unglamorous tales of people involved in construction are often left untold. We never see the dust, the noise, the heavylifting and the make-shift toilets in the corner of the 90 million-dollar penthouse. In full (safety) armor, altitude or weather, each episode of Mad Men valiantly pursues the overlooked parables of those who contribute to the bloodthirsty capitalist machine of New York.