For the past ten years, a Hindu community in Kauai, Hawaii, has been planning the construction of a traditional stone temple. According to accounts in Hinduism Today, Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami, the spiritual leader of the community, told the architect that he needed a concrete foundation designed to last at least 1,000 years. Deva Rajan, owner of Canyon Construction in Moraga, Calif., was one of the builders consulted. "When we asked, 'How do you create concrete structures to last 1,000 years?' No one had a ready answer," said Rajan. "In the construction industry, we are never asked to perform work for this kind of longevity." It turns out that most steel-reinforced concrete structures eventually break apart when the rebar begins