Jacqui Miller-Charlton was a woman in construction long before anyone called for more women in construction. She has juggled marriage and motherhood while helping to build a global engineering company. And she has done it all while retaining her trademark femininity.
To mark International Women’s Day, Jacqui Miller-Charlton will be joining us LIVE to discuss all this and much more besides.
If you have a daughter, granddaughter, niece or sister that is seeking some career inspiration, then be sure to get them to tune in at 6pm on Monday 8 March 2021. EXCLUSIVE to our Facebook page.
In this episode of the Break Fast Show: Free ports to drive regional expansion; Bell eyes autonomous future; Engcon upgrades tilt rotator; the British Safety Council loses the plot; and a rant that takes in sofas, boot laces and Las Vegas hotels.
In addition, the show makes reference to a new CV template from UK Demolition Jobs. You can find that here: https://tinyurl.com/4237n8dz
In the latest episode of The Break Fast Show: Doosan gets Xited about Hillhead Digital; Green Remediation gets green light in Manchester; Ritchie Bros to host online industry panels; and Spring 2021 Budget – The industry reacts.
You can find out more about Hillhead Digital here: https://www.hillhead.com/digital
You can check out the Ritchie Bros discussion panels here: https://bit.ly/3uR6CV6
And if you’d like to watch back our exclusive one hour Spring Budget 2021 show, you can do so here: https://youtu.be/9zUlMQHz0lo
Just moments after Rishi Sunak finished delivering his Spring 2021 Budget to the House of Commons, DemolitionNews hosted a special LiveStream show to analyse the Chancellor’s first post-COVID budget speech.
We welcomed along a number of key industry leaders to analyse that speech and its likely impact upon the UK construction and demolition sectors.
Downwell targets cladding removal, National Geographic to feature world’s biggest blast, Molson adds CBI to its enormous product range, and the industry braces for the Budget speech from chancellor Rishi Sunak later today.
All this and more in the latest episode of the Break Fast Show.
40th edition of the Demolition magazine is out now.
40 editions of the Demolition magazine and several constants: The same editor; the same industry experience; the same writing quality’ and the same insight.
The design might have changed a few times along the way together with the backroom staff, but the Demolition magazine has remained fiercely independent; bold in its editorial stance; broad in its coverage of the sector; and pioneering in its use of audio and video.
That continues with the latest edition. Paper copies will be arriving shortly on the desks of UK demolition contractors. But, if you can’t wait that long, you can read the latest edition below:
German demolition company AWR Abbruch GmbH has received the keys to the R 980 Demolition during an official handover at the Colmar site. The excavator was developed and produced by Liebherr-France SAS.
The German company is already familiar with Liebherr demolition machines and owns an R 974 Demolition machine that was acquired in 2007 and that is still in operation today. Since this first project, AWR Abbruch GmbH has also acquired other LIebherr machines including two demolition machines, wheeled excavators and wheel loaders.
The order was developed and executed at the Liebherr-France SAS production site in Colmar, in cooperation with the client. The machine has an operating weight of 190 tonnes, a counterweight of 35 tonnes and required months of study, testing and modifications in order to achieve a result that perfectly meets the customer’s expectations. The R 980 Demolition developed and produced by Liebherr-France SAS has four demolition units of 21, 26, 36 and 55 metres respectively. The 21 and 26-metre equipment will be able to support tools weighing 15 tonnes, 7 tonnes for the 36-metre version and finally 3 tonnes for the 55-metre version.
Today’s flash briefing looks at the following key stories: Car Parks in crisis; HSE restores roofing company involved in fatal fall; Armac gets the nod in Coventry;; CITB fixes rates; and a new monster machine is set to make its debut.