Flood Bros. building $10.8 million recyclable materials transfer station near Brighton Park

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The 48th Pl. area near the recycling transfer station (Google Street View)

Chicago has approved a $10.8 million building permit for a one-story recyclable material transfer station in an industrial area near Brighton Park.

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The permit issued to Kevin Flood (representing Flood Brothers Disposal) for the previously vacant site at 3051 W. 48th Pl. says the new “moderate hazard” station will process a variety of recyclable materials.

The project’s general contractor is James McHugh Construction Co. Key subtrades include: Electrical – American Electric Construction; masonry – Raffin Construction Co.; plumber/plumbing – Warren F. Thomas; and refrigeration and ventilation – AMS Mechanical Systems.


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