It’s not a pretty sight for anyone who longs to see a rebirth of America’s manufacturing prowess. The once-sprawling Ford Loraine Assembly Plant, located on the shores of Lake Erie, has been closed since the mid-2000s and is a brutal reminder of the industry’s decline. While efforts to divide the four million square foot plant into separate, smaller, renovated parcels for new businesses are underway, more than a third of the total space is in such disrepair it’s been deemed beyond renovation and slated for demolition.
The firm heading up that demolition, Grafton, Ohio-based Sitetech, Inc., reports that having the right tools for the job—particularly a Genesis GXP 400 mobile shear and a Genesis LXP 300 Logix Processor—has helped them obtain demo rates as high as 40,000 sq. ft. per day, meet a demanding schedule and enable the plant to continue transitioning into a functional space.
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