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Sydney Stadium demolition gets green light…

Post #3901 by RSS Bot » Mon Dec 10, 2018 7:14 pm

Sydney Stadium demolition gets green light…
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Work to demolish Australia’s Allianz Stadium set to start early in New Year. The New South Wales planning minister has approved the first stage of a two-part development application for the demolition and reconstruction of the Sydney Football Stadium. The State Significant Development application lays out plans for the demolition of the existing 40,000-seat stadium […]
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Video – What a Liberty…

Post #3902 by RSS Bot » Tue Dec 11, 2018 12:14 pm

Video – What a Liberty…
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Award-winning Australian contractor carries out massive infrastructure project. A major piece of transport and logistics infrastructure is being constructed on a former Department of Defence Military School and Logistics Terminal in Moorebank, New South Wales, Australia. The Moorebank Intermodal Terminal is a state significant major project in Western Sydney that will become Australia’s largest Intermodal […]
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Anger over Didcot defence…

Post #3903 by RSS Bot » Wed Dec 12, 2018 1:15 pm

Anger over Didcot defence…
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Demolition man escapes jail after assault, claiming “misplaced guilt” over Didcot disaster. A demolition man has avoided a custodial sentence following an assault that left another man with a fractured skull after claiming that his life had spiralled downwards following the Didcot disaster. In the early hours of 5 May 2017 at The County pub […]
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Comment – Unsung hero…

Post #3904 by RSS Bot » Wed Dec 12, 2018 5:15 pm

Comment – Unsung hero…
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Popular demolition man hangs up his training boots…sort of. Today marks the last day of full-time employment for popular demolition man Roy Brown as he leaves Keltbray and slips into a well-deserved semi-retirement. Pretty much anyone in the UK that has undergone any kind of demolition training in the past decade or more will know […]
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Video – Arkansas power plant felled…

Post #3905 by RSS Bot » Sun Dec 16, 2018 11:21 am

Video – Arkansas power plant felled…
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Implosion marks end for 75-year old power station. A team comrosing representatives of Entergy, Bierlein and Dykon yesterday used explosives to destroy the major parts of the closed Couch Plant which dated to 1943 and was designed to burn fuel oil or gas at two generating units. Named after power company founder Harvey Couch, the […]
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Video – Longannet latest…

Post #3906 by RSS Bot » Mon Dec 17, 2018 4:22 pm

Video – Longannet latest…
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Another day, another successful implosion at Scottish power plant. The complete eradication of Scotland’s last remaining coal fired power station has moved a step closer with the removal of several more key structures. Three smaller structures close to the stations iconic chimney were ‘blown down’ in calm conditions on 13 December by ScottishPower demolition contractor […]
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Breaking News – Another attachment theft…

Post #3907 by RSS Bot » Tue Dec 18, 2018 1:23 pm

Breaking News – Another attachment theft…
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Industry warned to look out for stolen attachments. Demolition attachment specialist LDH Attachments is reporting that one of its customers – Hughes Waste – had a number of attachments stolen last night from a site in Bosham, West Sussex. Attachments stolen include: OKADA ORC-200 ROTATING PULVERISER s/n R20A018, 2018, (shown in photo) VERACHTERT VRG40 SELECTOR […]
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Exclusive – The gift that keeps on giving…

Post #3908 by RSS Bot » Wed Dec 19, 2018 12:24 pm

Exclusive – The gift that keeps on giving…
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The Festive Red edition of the Demolition magazine is here! When it comes to Christmas gifts, there are basically two types of people in the world. There are those that – rightly – cannot contain their excitement and who tear into the wrapping paper like a starving man in search of food. And then there […]
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Video – Demolition TV – Cawarden’s Sheffield steel…

Post #3909 by RSS Bot » Wed Dec 19, 2018 1:25 pm

Video – Demolition TV – Cawarden’s Sheffield steel…
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Exclusive film of Cawarden’s new Komatsu PC490 high reach in action. Cawarden Demolition recently took delivery of a new Komatsu PC490 high reach excavator. And the machine was immediately pressed into action in Sheffield where the company is demolishing the former HSBC building. You can read all about it in an exclusive Demolition magazine feature […]
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Audio – New Year upsurge for scrap…?

Post #3910 by RSS Bot » Thu Dec 20, 2018 1:26 pm

Audio – New Year upsurge for scrap…?
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It’s been a tough year for the scrap market. But 2019 might start with some positivity. 2018 was marked by double-digit percentage drops in the price of many of the scrap metals most regularly encountered on demolition sites. Against a backdrop of a US/China trade war and the widespread imposition of tariffs, aluminium was down […]
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