Chad Nash of Green Field Energy Group Inc. cuts metal studs that were being installed on the fifth floor of the Swofford building, formerly part of the Folgers plant in downtown Kansas City. The Swofford and Boss buildings are slated to become apartments under a historic preservation conversion. The property has undergone massive factory demolition and still is under major construction.
Chad Nash of Green Field Energy Group Inc. cuts metal studs that were being installed on the fifth floor of the Swofford building, formerly part of the Folgers plant in downtown Kansas City. The Swofford and Boss buildings are slated to become apartments under a historic preservation conversion. The property has undergone massive factory demolition and still is under major construction. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
Chad Nash of Green Field Energy Group Inc. cuts metal studs that were being installed on the fifth floor of the Swofford building, formerly part of the Folgers plant in downtown Kansas City. The Swofford and Boss buildings are slated to become apartments under a historic preservation conversion. The property has undergone massive factory demolition and still is under major construction. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star

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April 07, 2015 7:01 PM

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