Rocky Flats Plant - Building #774

Address: Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site, Hwy. 93, Golden 80402

Designed and built by the Austin Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, in 1953, this structure is an irregular shaped concrete building with a flat roof. The major portion is one story, with a two-story windowless wing extending south. One of the original buildings at the site, this was the first liquid waste treatment facility. In 1966, an evaporator was added. By 1970, the plant had grown too fast and more waste treatment capacity was needed, so Building #374 was built.
Quad Map/Date: Louisville, 1965 (1979)
Sec/Town/Range: S10, T2S, R70W
Elevation: c. 6000
Source: Historic Building Inventory Record #5JF1014.53, 1995, Colorado Historical Society.

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