Some photos of the Paint Factory this morning with a crane and man cage being used to remove any potentially toxic materials from the roof and front (water overhanging) side of the shed of the paint factory. I spoke with Crosby Martin of McConnell Enterprises, the dismantling and recycling company handling this portion of the project. As you can see from the photos, this shed building section of the paint factory is in the process of falling into the harbor, so remediation is being done to make sure nothing of a toxic nature goes into the water when this building is dismantled. All other segments of the plant from the peaked roof you can see behind the shed forward will be restored and maintained.
Joey’s photos below-
you can see the men on the roof
(click pictures for larger views)