Prior to acquiring the the old plant the entire building was cleared of conduit producing heavy manufacturing equipment, which revealed some interesting pitfalls.
In the center of the plant resides a room that generates enough power to run a small town. Needless to say, we're set when it comes to lighting the warehouse.
One of the more interesting elements of the warehouse is this football field sized sand pit. used for placing castings prior to transportation.
The Monarch boys considering where to throw the first pallina to inaugurate the Bocce Court...
Sadly management didn't see eye-to-eye with marketing who wanted to paint the train white, brand it, and leave it outside as the new Monarch Brands sign.
Moving tons of castings onto trains requires heavy duty gantry cranes. The two functioning cranes will be laid-up for future use.
Not exactly Bluetooth enabled, but simple enough to operate.
Essential for heavy manufacturing, these filtration drums kept harmful gasses and particles out of the atmosphere. An unnecessary precaution for warehousing.
Swarms of bobcats, backhoes, and teams of men with demolition equipment laid into the machinery to prepare the building for settlement.
After the equipment was lifted out we had several odd shaped 20ft deep holes to fill.
The entry point and monitoring station for the sprinkler system water.