CDC has announced a 3-day open house event (July 24–26, 2018) to liquidate surplus equipment and machinery from the former 1600-MW Brayton Point Power Station in Somerset, MA.
- Largest fossil-fueled power plant in New England
- Will liquidate onsite equipment systems in a negotiated sale
- Will develop on-the-spot deals
- Certified riggers on site for removal
Interested parties can contact Industrial Asset Recovery Group LLC to schedule a site tour or request more information:
Industrial Asset Recovery Group
SELECTED ITEMS INCLUDE:
- Air Compressors
- Boiler Systems
- Bulk Handling Systems
- Cooling Tower System Components
- Electric Motors
- Fire Protection Systems Generators
- Huge Selection of Transformers
- Motor Control Centers
- Plant Support Equipment
- Platform Cranes
- Rolling Stock (Bulldozers, Pick-up Trucks, Gators)
- Stand-Alone Out Buildings
- Switch Gear
- Tanks (Storage, Water, Slurry, Fuel, Ammonia)
- Turbine Generators
- Valves (Rockwell Edwards, Masonneila, Rosemont)
- Water Treatment Systems
- And Much More
About Industrial Asset Recovery Group
Industrial Asset Recovery Group LLC (IARG) is a wholly-owned corporate affiliate of CDC. IARG’s management team has over 30 years of industrial liquidation experience and a strategic asset recovery program that provides an important “value add” to CDC’s sustainable redevelopment business strategy.
To learn how IARG can provide maximum value for your surplus equipment and industrial assets, please visit www.industrial-recovery.com or contact us.
Commercial Development Company, Inc. is a privately held, diversified real estate acquisition and development firm whose principal competency lies within the repositioning of underutilized, distressed, or environmentally-challenged properties. Our sustainable redevelopment projects have played a transformative role in bringing hundreds of North American sites out of blight and back to productive use.
Since 1990, CDC and its wholly-owned affiliates have assumed over $1.5 billion USD in environmental liabilities and helped to reposition over 300 environmentally distressed properties in North America.