Built in 1936 to produce Portland cement, the plant was abandoned the same year, before production even began due to issues with getting the concrete to the Philippines. In January 1951 the University of Nevada Mineral Resources of Nye County, Nevada reported the rotary kiln and other equipment was still located within the plant. Today, the complex is a crumbling ruin.
At the time of my visit most of the crumbling factory and buildings have been fenced in. If you follow the fence line for a few miles there are signs that designate the area as part of a bombing range. Entry past the fence is not advised.