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Demolition of Intergraph buildings to start

Buildings formerly used by Intergraph Corporation will be torn down to prepare for Town Madison. Signs for Intergraph Way and Business Park already are down. (Business Park Blvd. formerly was named Disc Drive in a play on words for Intergraph products.) RECORD PHOTOS/GREGG L. PARKER
Buildings formerly used by Intergraph Corporation will be torn down to prepare for Town Madison. Signs for Intergraph Way and Business Park already are down. (Business Park Blvd. formerly was named Disc Drive in a play on words for Intergraph products.) RECORD PHOTOS/GREGG L. PARKER

MADISON – Buildings formerly used for office space by Intergraph Corporation employees are being demolished.

Louis Breland, CEO of Breland Companies, announced the demolition project for more than 600,000 square feet in the structures.

Workers were scheduled to start on April 6 but an advisory for high wind and rain delayed the work.

To expand the Town Madison property, Breland Companies purchased more than 200 acres of the Intergraph campus. Town Madison now encompasses 500 acres with 2.5 miles of I-565 frontage.

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