Cashman Equipment – A Case for Consolidation

By October 4, 2010News

In 2002, Cashman Equipment was notified that a planned expansion to the adjacent interstate, interchange access ramps and main collector street would take seven of their existing 23 acres. The highway expansion would essentially consume the facility’s frontage, equipment sales and display and main access to the property. In addition, the new road design would raise the current street level 25 feet above the existing grade to clear the neighboring railroad tracks. This would effectively bury all visibility to the site and relocate the main access to a minor street at the rear of the property. Faced with the ultimate decision to relocate the company, this initiated a chain of events that CEO and Chairman, MaryKaye Cashman turned into a series of opportunities for the growing company. Click here for NAIOP full-story


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