The Nuclear Power facility near Madison Indiana has been largely erased from the Southern Indiana landscape. Over the past 12 months MCM Demolition has been working to tear it down. Their job is to salvage materials from the proposed Nuclear Energy Facility.
As you can see, this was no small task. The Madison Courier newspaper has reported on the demolition. According to this story, the last remnants of the second dome are being removed in May 2011.
This facility played a major role in Madison’s recent history. It was the largest capital investment project ever in our area. The local economy boomed during its construction between 1977-1984. No nuclear fuel was ever delivered to the site.