Revere Copper Site

The former Revere Copper facility is a 12.5-acre (5 hectare) waterfront property at the northern end of New Bedford Harbor.  The Revere Copper facility was a historical copper-rolling mill, and at one time was the largest nonferrous rolling mill in North America, until it closed in 2007 and is currently unused.  The site is located outside of the New Bedford-Fairhaven Designated Port Area and north of the maintained navigational channel.  The site is 35 nautical miles (65 km) from the leading edge of the offshore wind energy areas south of Martha's Vineyard.  

Download the Revere Copper Redevelopment and Reuse Assessment to view the potential redevelopment and reuse options at the site, including detailed cost information.  Return to the main Ports Assessment page to read the full reports and visit the Massachusetts Offshore Wind Ports & Infrastructure Maps.    

And download the Revere Copper Existing Conditions Report to read the comprehensive assessment of the existing site conditions at Revere Copper.  

As part of the existing conditions assessment, MassCEC has compiled a repository of existing documentation on the Former Revere Copper site, some of which is referred to in the Report.  All site documentation is available below: