The demolition of the International Paper mill involved the complete removal of the entire plant including two 4,000 ton paper machines. The warehouse and office were carefully separated from the structures that were removed so they could continue in operation. National systematically dismantled the mill while saving numerous components for resale. The project had significant scrap steel, stainless steel and non-ferrous metals that were processed on site. There were large concrete beams with rebar reinforcement that supported the 4,000 ton paper machines. These beams were crushed and the crushed concrete was used to fill in below grade. The project also involved the use of explosives to bring down three concrete and brick smoke stacks.
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