CASE STUDIES

 

CASE I - CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY COMPANY - NORMAL OPERATIONS

A company manufactures heavy construction machinery, including sophisticated instruments to control their operation. Because of its "hi-tech" nature, the equipment used to manufacture these instruments is replaced every three years at a cost of $40 million....

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CASE II - ELECTRIC POWER UTILITY - DOWNSIZED MISSION

A power company builds a special oil-fired turbine generator designed to deliver power and high pressure steam directly to an adjacent petrochemical customer. After two years, the customer announces it will cease operations....

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CASE III - HOSPITAL SYSTEM ACQUISITION - MERGER/CONSOLIDATION/CLOSURE

A Healthcare System consisting of 20 facilities acquires a smaller System consisting of ten facilities. After careful analysis it is determined that several facilities in the new 30-facility entity serve the same communities and are redundant....

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CASE IV - MILITARY CHEMICAL PLANT - REDUCED MISSION

One of 20 government-owned plants manufacturing a broad range of chemicals for use in military ordnance has been in operation since the Korean War. Product demand has subsided....

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CASE V - MILITARY MANUFACTURING AND REPAIR FACILITY CLOSURE

A decision has been made to close a large military manufacturing and repair facility in operation for over 80 years. The facility has been a major contributor to the local economy. The facility will be turned over to a Local Re-Development Authority (LRA)....

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