D.H. Griffin Starts Major Demolition at Florida Power Plant
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Crews from D.H. Griffin have begun major demolition at the half century old Florida Power & Light plant at Port Everglades.
The big, blue structure and its candy striped smoke stacks will be replaced with a state of the art, high efficiency power generating facility.
The implosions of the four 350-foot stacks and the companion boilers are set for sometime in Mid-July
Florida Power & Light is fronting the $1 billion price tag for the new natural gas burning facility, which the company said will be 35 percent more fuel efficient and give off 90 percent fewer emissions.