Former Concord Steam plant, and its chimney, to be torn down
Two years after it went cold, the former Concord Steam plant, including the chimney that has towered over south Concord for many decades, is nearing its final days.
The state has put the demolition of the 45,000-square-foot building out to bid. Work may start before winter and the structures should be gone by next July, said Michael Connor, deputy commissioner of the state Department of Administrative Services.
“The budget is $1.76 million. … A large part, close to a million dollars, is asbestos and hazardous waste removal,” he said…..