The non-profit Winona Area Industrial Development Association (WAIDA) today announced the successful demolition of two large silos on its property in Wilson township. The two silos were cleared to create additional building space on the 12 acres currently being marketed by WAIDA for industrial development. WAIDA also owns an adjacent 190 acres, of which approximately 100 acres could be made suitable for future industrial development.
WAIDA President John Eddy said “The removal of these two large silos not only makes our acreage more attractive for industrial development, but also reflects our commitment to the idea that growing Winona area manufacturers should always be able to find room to expand here.”
Pehler Excavating conducted the demolition on behalf of WAIDA.
The WAIDA property, commonly referred to as “WAIDA Acres”, is located approximately 1 mile west of the Wilson town hall on Highway 12.