The 125-foot-tall wooden grain elevator in Beaver Creek hasn't stored grain for over a decade; it was being used only for its office and scale. New Vision will replace it with a 16- by 25-foot office with automation for the bins and an 11-by-75-foot in-ground truck scale

New Vision to replace Beaver Creek elevator with new office, scale; Hills bins coming down

New Vision will demolish the iconic wooden grain elevator in Beaver Creek this spring and replace it with a new office and scale in time for harvest this fall.

“It’s not safe for our customers, employees and the community,” said New Vision CEO Matt Ashton. “It’s long past its prime and needs to be removed.”

 


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