The Iron Orr building has met its maker, making way for a new Lloyd Expressway overpass at Fulton Avenue. Our cameras were there to catch all the action. Time lapse video shows the demolition of the 95 year old downtown Evansville landmark. Crews started working around ten Tuesday night. The eastbound lanes on the Lloyd stretching from Fulton to First Avenue have reopened. Some final cleanup remains The Orr building may be down, but there is still a lot of work that will take place near the Lloyd Expressway and Fulton. Vectren will soon be putting up a large tent and work area to clean up the old MPG Plant, which sat near the site of the old Brake Supply building. The MPG Plant was a facility that produced manufactured gas from 1852 until 1930. Its product was used to fill the gas lights used to light Evansville streets during that time. The site was never cleaned up when it went out of business. Vectren is doing the work because the company is a predecessor of the power company.