All Demolition Articles

Demolition in 2021 - part 9
Highlights from D&Ri’s weekly e-newsletters - November and December
Site report: Mann Group and the Melbourne Malt Silos
How Australian contractor won a World Demolition Award category for its takedown of local icon
What are the top 10 demolition and recycling stories for 2021?
With Covid-19 continuing to cast its shadow across the world, it has been another challenging year for the demolition and recycling sectors, as well as the wider construction market.
2021 in demolition - part 7
Highlights from D&Ri’s weekly e-newsletters - here is August and September
2021 in demolition - part 6
Highlights from D&Ri’s weekly e-newsletters - here is June and July
2021 in demolition - part 1
Highlights from D&Ri’s weekly e-newsletters, starting with January
Costello Dismantling’s ‘surgical’ demolition
Contractor takes down former substation near residential neighbourhood in challenging project
Iconic chimney at Longannet Power Station demolished
Brown & Mason use controlled explosion to take down 183 m chimney stack in Scotland
South America adds positives for Jet Demolition
Projects with Flesan in Chile boost growth in 2021 as company looks ahead with optimism
OPINION: What’s in store for demolition in 2022?
Richard Vann, D&Ri columnist and managing director of the RVA Group, gazes into his crystal ball
Sydney traffic bridge demolished
VIDEO: watch Mainline, a winner at the World Demolition Awards 2021, takes down the Windsor Old Traffic Bridge
O’Rourke demolishes playing card factory
Video: Drone footage shows the decommissioning of the former US Playing Card Facility in Ohio, US
How Mainline achieved the Windsor Old Traffic Bridge demolition
We reveal how the project that won the Civils category in this year’s World Demolition Awards unfolded
UK demolition framework: tender documents published
It will run four years and could be worth over £1 billion
Power plant cooling towers demolished
Controlled implosion brings down four 90 m tall towers at Eggborough Power Station in the UK
British contractor wins asbestos licence renewal
H&S Asbestos, sister company of Hughes & Salvidge, set up in 2020, gains three-year extension
Which contractors are joining the HVO revolution?
As pressure mounts from governments and consumers around the world to reduce carbon, contractors are switching from diesel to hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) to power their equipment.
Swedish quick coupler manufacturer joins EDA
Attachments specialist Oilquick becomes new European Demolition Association member
Marr and Mirvac remove first sections of TV tower
Australian crane company, Marr Contracting, in partnership with Mirvac, has removed the top section of one of Sydney’s highest structures, the former TCN-9 TX transmission tower at Willoughby
Contractors overlooked as decommissioning interest soars
With decommissioning and the demolition process continuing to grab headlines, contractors are often overlooked for their vital role in the process.
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