Former Rival Manufacturing plant comes down


John Cover uses a CAT to tear down the front facade of the former Rival Manufacturing Plant early Monday morning. Workers from B&P Excavating started the tear down and removal of the building at 8 a.m. Monday. Mike Brown, owner of B&P, said the job was a fast track project and that the removal and clean-up work would be done by the end of the year.


Employees of B&P Excavating move to their machinery as part of the demolition crew at the former Rival Manufacturing Plant. The company operated in Sedalia for decades and manufactured small kitchen appliances including Crock Pots and can openers. According to Mike Brown, of B&P, the buildings are owned by Garden, a firm in Florida.


Employees of B&P Excavating work to remove part of the debris from the roof of the Rival Manufacturing Plant in Sedalia on East 16th Street. Mike Brown, owner of B&P, said his men would work from daylight to dark to get the demolition and removal of the buildings done, taking only Christmas Day off. The project need to be completed by the end of the year, Brown added.


John Cover operates a CAT early Monday morning while tearing down the building that housed the Rival Manufacturing Plant in Sedalia. The only portion of the building that won’t be torn down is the metal structure on the east side of the property.


An employee of B&P Excavating uses a Bobcat to load debris the from the Rival Manufacturing Plant on East 16th Street. According to Mike Brown, of B&P Excavating, the firm tearing down the building and responsible for the removal, the lots will remain vacant for now. The owner of the property, Garden, of Florida, decided it was time for the plant, which has been closed for several years, to come down.


John Cover uses a CAT to tear down the front facade of the former Rival Manufacturing Plant early Monday morning. Workers from B&P Excavating started the tear down and removal of the building at 8 a.m. Monday. Mike Brown, owner of B&P, said the job was a fast track project and that the removal and clean-up work would be done by the end of the year.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121515rival1.jpgJohn Cover uses a CAT to tear down the front facade of the former Rival Manufacturing Plant early Monday morning. Workers from B&P Excavating started the tear down and removal of the building at 8 a.m. Monday. Mike Brown, owner of B&P, said the job was a fast track project and that the removal and clean-up work would be done by the end of the year.

Employees of B&P Excavating move to their machinery as part of the demolition crew at the former Rival Manufacturing Plant. The company operated in Sedalia for decades and manufactured small kitchen appliances including Crock Pots and can openers. According to Mike Brown, of B&P, the buildings are owned by Garden, a firm in Florida.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121515rival2.jpgEmployees of B&P Excavating move to their machinery as part of the demolition crew at the former Rival Manufacturing Plant. The company operated in Sedalia for decades and manufactured small kitchen appliances including Crock Pots and can openers. According to Mike Brown, of B&P, the buildings are owned by Garden, a firm in Florida.

Employees of B&P Excavating work to remove part of the debris from the roof of the Rival Manufacturing Plant in Sedalia on East 16th Street. Mike Brown, owner of B&P, said his men would work from daylight to dark to get the demolition and removal of the buildings done, taking only Christmas Day off. The project need to be completed by the end of the year, Brown added.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121515rival3.jpgEmployees of B&P Excavating work to remove part of the debris from the roof of the Rival Manufacturing Plant in Sedalia on East 16th Street. Mike Brown, owner of B&P, said his men would work from daylight to dark to get the demolition and removal of the buildings done, taking only Christmas Day off. The project need to be completed by the end of the year, Brown added.

John Cover operates a CAT early Monday morning while tearing down the building that housed the Rival Manufacturing Plant in Sedalia. The only portion of the building that won’t be torn down is the metal structure on the east side of the property.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121515rival4.jpgJohn Cover operates a CAT early Monday morning while tearing down the building that housed the Rival Manufacturing Plant in Sedalia. The only portion of the building that won’t be torn down is the metal structure on the east side of the property.

An employee of B&P Excavating uses a Bobcat to load debris the from the Rival Manufacturing Plant on East 16th Street. According to Mike Brown, of B&P Excavating, the firm tearing down the building and responsible for the removal, the lots will remain vacant for now. The owner of the property, Garden, of Florida, decided it was time for the plant, which has been closed for several years, to come down.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121515rival5.jpgAn employee of B&P Excavating uses a Bobcat to load debris the from the Rival Manufacturing Plant on East 16th Street. According to Mike Brown, of B&P Excavating, the firm tearing down the building and responsible for the removal, the lots will remain vacant for now. The owner of the property, Garden, of Florida, decided it was time for the plant, which has been closed for several years, to come down.

John Cover uses a CAT to tear down the front facade of the former Rival Manufacturing Plant early Monday morning. Workers from B&P Excavating started the tear down and removal of the building at 8 a.m. Monday. Mike Brown, owner of B&P, said the job was a fast track project and that the removal and clean-up work would be done by the end of the year.

Employees of B&P Excavating move to their machinery as part of the demolition crew at the former Rival Manufacturing Plant. The company operated in Sedalia for decades and manufactured small kitchen appliances including Crock Pots and can openers. According to Mike Brown, of B&P, the buildings are owned by Garden, a firm in Florida.

Employees of B&P Excavating work to remove part of the debris from the roof of the Rival Manufacturing Plant in Sedalia on East 16th Street. Mike Brown, owner of B&P, said his men would work from daylight to dark to get the demolition and removal of the buildings done, taking only Christmas Day off. The project need to be completed by the end of the year, Brown added.

John Cover operates a CAT early Monday morning while tearing down the building that housed the Rival Manufacturing Plant in Sedalia. The only portion of the building that won’t be torn down is the metal structure on the east side of the property.

An employee of B&P Excavating uses a Bobcat to load debris the from the Rival Manufacturing Plant on East 16th Street. According to Mike Brown, of B&P Excavating, the firm tearing down the building and responsible for the removal, the lots will remain vacant for now. The owner of the property, Garden, of Florida, decided it was time for the plant, which has been closed for several years, to come down.

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