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Downtown traffic drives by the City of Austin Power Plant overlooking the Austin Skyline with a full Moon.jpg
The Seaholm Power Plant, a City-owned retired power generation facility, was designed by Burns & McDonnell Engineering Co. and built of cast concrete in two phases in 1950 and 1955 by Odom Construction. The main generator building, the water intake structure along Lady Bird Lake, the five vertical stacks and the fuel oil building immediately to the north of the main structure comprise a building complex that represents a unique period of American municipal architecture and public works engineering.

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