MEDFORD, OR - Deconstruction workers are tearing down what's left of the old KOGAP Mill in South Medford, according to KDRV.

The last few buildings of the plywood and sawmill complex near the Medford Armory are nearly gone. For the past several months workers have been dismantling the wood and steel buildings and selling them to people putting up other projects around the area, such as barns and horse arenas. Some of the materials also will be used to build a wood-fired cogeneration plant in White City.

About 250,000 square feet of buildings is reportedly being dismantled for reuse.

The KOGAP Mill operated during the 1950s, 60s and 70s. 

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