Former Hansen-Muller Grain Elevator in Lincoln to be Demolished and Sold

The former Hansen-Muller grain elevator, once the largest in Nebraska, is set to be demolished and its concrete sold. CL Construction, a Lincoln-based firm, purchased the grain elevator and its 18 acres of industrial land at auction for $550,000. The demolition process is expected to take a few years. The structure, which has been a landmark in north Lincoln for 71 years, will be dismantled by a team of workers using large excavators. CL Construction plans to sell the usable parts, such as conveyor belts and rollers, to other agricultural clients. The concrete will be separated from the rebar and broken down for sale and usage in the company’s paving business. After the demolition is complete, CL Construction intends to sell the land, which is located on a rail spur, to a manufacturing company.

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