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Posted by Alison Trost on July 28, 2010 at 9:57 AM.
The former Chicago Bridge & Iron plant in Provo, Utah, has recently been put back on the market. There are three buildings on the 14.2 acre site, including a 139,000-sq.-ft main building and a 23,000-sq.-ft paint facility. In addition to having good access to I-15, the site is served by an active rail spur.
A large amount of equipment also remains in place including 12 overhead bridge cranes (ranging from 3 to 60 ton capacity) and 40 various cranes ranging from a 60 ton bridge to multiple gantry and jib cranes.
For more information contact Michael Jeppesen of Innovision Property Group in Salt Lake City, firstname.lastname@example.org. A video showcasing the facility is available at http://video.ipgsaltlake.net/Provo_UT.ht