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Video – DemolitionNews founder injured in demolition accident…

Warning – Contains graphic images of facial injury.

DemolitionNews founder Mark Anthony has been injured in a demolition accident. He was hit in the face by a brick whilst filming a high reach demolition operation in Cheltenham. The impact fractured his eye socket, cheekbone and the roof of his mouth and has left him with impaired vision.

As a result, DemolitionNews will be quiet and inactive for a few days.

If anyone would like a FREE copy of this video for training purposes, please just send an email to

Video – Up Duck Creek…

Liberty deploys 200 tonne crane on barge to protect mangroves.

Australian contractor Liberty Industrial has built a global reputation for its industrial demolition capabilities. But the company is no slouch in the environmental department either.

Faced with the removal of a single-span bridge across Duck River with environmentally-protected mangroves at either end, the company devised a complex solution that required placing a 200+ tonne mobile crane onto a barge and then lifting the entire bridge onto the barge during a two-hour high-tide window.

VIdeo – Rocking the silos…

Heavy metal demolition; heavy metal soundtrack.

All the way from Florida comes this great new video that charts the demolition of some silo structures.

The film uses all the videographer’s arsenal from time-lapse to in-cab footage to illustrate the true art of demolition:

VIdeo – Saints alive…

Film captures demolition of Canadian church.

The All Saints church in Hamilton, Ontario is coming down. And this film captures some of the action:

Video – Demolition TV – Episode #4…

Exclusive new DemolitionNews shows throws spotlight onto plant theft issue.

The fourth episode of Demolition TV just dropped; and it’s a doozy!

If you own or operate equipment or if you rely upon equipment for your livelihood, then grab yourself a coffee and a comfy chair. This one’s for you.

Our thanks to Datatag, CanTrack and AMI Global for their help in the making of this episode, and to Square Mile Broking, AR Demolition and DemoVision for making it possible.

Video – Riviera Hotel checks out…

Vegas hotel and casino falls in overnight blast.

It was one of the Las Vegas strip’s most recognisable landmarks. It played host to acts including Frank Sinatra and Liberace. But the Riviera Hotel and Casino is no more.

A relatively low-profile implosion dropped the famous landmark in the early hours of the morning:

Video – Demolition TV – Episode #4 trailer…

A look ahead to Demolition TV’s exclusive expose of the plant theft “industry”.

It is a £1 billion industry. It is run by hundreds of dedicated men and women, makes use of heavy equipment, and embraces the very latest in technology.

But this industry is not demolition; it is plant theft. And it is costing UK construction and demolition companies millions in lost equipment, lost production and elevated insurance premiums.

According to industry experts, more than £1 million of equipment is stolen from UK sites each week. Factor in the loss of production, cost of replacement equipment and the resulting hike in insurance costs and the £1 billion per year estimate might even be conservative.

Demolition TV has spent the past month researching the issue of plant and equipment theft; and on Friday we will be broadcasting an extended episode dedicated entirely to this subject. You can see a brief trailer of that show below:

Video – Second bite at Burger blast…

Aerial view captures stack blast in all its glory.

Regular readers will recall that – at the beginning of the month – we brought you some raw footage of Dykon Explosive Demolition Corp’s successful smokestack blast at the First Energy Burger Plant in Ohio.

Well now, we are able to bring you a professional drone’s-eye view of the blast that shows the stack’s fall in all its epic glory:

Tower Demolition from Infinite Impact on Vimeo.

Video – Hateful eight…

Eight excavators down German bridge during overnight possession.

A team of eight excavators, each equipped with large hydraulic hammers, has made light work of the demolition of a motorway bridge in Germany.

The machines took just a few hours to bring down the 82-year old structure over the A8 motorway near Rosenheim.

Video – The Shell Clyde story…

Eight minutes of industrial demolition at its finest.

I could tell you that the Shell Clyde refinery in New South Wales was built in the 1920s. I could tell you that the refinery was in operation longer than any refinery in Australia, earning it “State Significance” accreditation. And I could tell you that Liberty Industrial – the company charged with demolishing the refinery – is a multi-award winning contractor.

But, rather than waste your time reading this, hit the play button below and watch some of the finest industrial demolition (and demolition footage) you’re likely to see:

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