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Video – Bauma 2019 highlights…

Exclusive new film captures highlights of a remarkable show.

Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Bauma 2019 was the biggest and by far the best Bauma exhibition on record. More than 600,000 people from some 200 countries across the world gathered to check out the latest and greatest developments in the field of demolition and construction equipment.

For those that were lucky enough to make the trip, the following exclusive Demolition TV episode will serve as a reminder of an unforgettable week. For those that couldn’t make it, check out the film below and then – when you see what you missed – book your tickets for 2022:

Douneray decomissioning delight for demolition firms…

Demolition firms front and centre on latest nuclear framework.

Winners of a decommissioning services framework worth up to £400 million at Dounreay have been revealed, according to industry news portal Construction Enquirer.

Work at the Scottish nuclear site will include construction of a size reduction facility, shaft and silo decommissioning and demolition of historic active laboratories.

Six framework contracts have been awarded, bringing together the capabilities of at least 28 companies and their supply chains, initially for up to four years with the possibility of extensions of up to an additional three years.

Winners will now compete in ‘mini competitions’ for distinct packages of work that move the site towards its ultimate closure.

Stephen Adamson, Head of Commercial Services at the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority said: “This agreement will deliver real and visible signs of progress towards achieving our mission.

The winning bidders are:

  • AECOM E&C UK; MW Hargreaves; Kier Infrastructure and Overseas; Morson Projects; NIS; NSG Environmental; Squibb Group; Westinghouse Electrical Company UK
  • Dounreay Decommissioning Framework (DDF) Alliance; Cavendish Nuclear; BAM Nuttall; KDC Contractors; JGC Engineering and Technical Services
  • Dounreay Wood Alliance (DWA); Wood; Aquila Nuclear Engineering; GD Energy Services; Orano Projects
  • Jacobs UK; Atkins
  • Nuclear Decommissioning Ltd (NDL); James Fisher Nuclear; REACT Engineering; Shepley Engineers; WYG Engineering; JBV Demolition; RPS Consulting Services
  • Nuvia; Graham Construction; Oxford Technologies; Thompsons of Prudhoe

BHGE HQ faces axe…

Plans have been lodged to demolish the former Aberdeen base of an oil and gas firm.

Silverburn House in Bridge of Don has been earmarked for demolition by owners Parklands View LLP.

It is unclear what the Manchester firm will replace the former Baker Hughes, a GE Company (BHGE) headquarters with.

A catalogue issued as part of the sale says the property “may benefit from conversion” to other uses, such as housing.

The demolition warrant submitted to Aberdeen City Council next week details £175,000 of work to demolish the office block and an associated link corridor in the boundary of the site.

Lodged through Aberdeen-based agency Space Solutions, the local authority has set a target date of May 14 for a decision to be made.

Read more here.

Video – Miami Beach hospital laid to rest…

Implosion fells long-abandoned hospital.

Miami Beach’s South Shore Hospital, which has been abandoned for over a decade, came to the ground after an implosion yesterday morning.

Crews used a small number of explosives to take down the structure, and city of Miami Beach officials were warning residents of the traffic impacts and more.

George Beattie gets Kincorth nod…

Demolition to begin at disused Aberdeen school.

The demolition of a disused Aberdeen school is expected to start within a matter of weeks after a contract was awarded by the local authority.

Works at Kincorth Academy, which closed its doors in July, were initially planned to begin in October in order for the land to be used for a council housing development.

But it was not until February that Aberdeen City Council publicly offered up a contract of the work to potential contractors.

Nine organisations put forward bids to carry out the demolition with Glasgow-based firm George Beattie and Son selected as the preferred bidder.

The contract includes the removal of all the existing buildings, link bridges, asbestos, drainage and stairs.

A council spokesman said: “Following a successful tendering process a contractor has been appointed and will be starting on the site in the coming weeks.”

Read more here.

Video – Undisputed stars of the show…

The Liebherr exhibition stand at Bauma once again raised the bar.

If Bauma is Digger Disneyland, then the Liebherr stand is Snow White’s Castle (appropriate given that the design of said castle is based upon the Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany).

Like that castle, the Liebherr stand looms over the entire Bauma showground; the logo on the slatted side of the four-storey, semi-permanent office block from which the company conducts its business every bit as recognisable as the castle backdrop to the Disney logo.

But don’t just take my word for it. Hit the play button below and let us walk you through what is likely to be the most impressive exhibition stand you’re ever likely to see.

Video – Longannet latest…

Sixth explosive event at Scottish power station.

At 10am on 11 April 2019, power station demolition experts from Brown and Mason carried out the sixth and latest explosive demolition event at the Longannet power station in Scotland, felling Boiler Annex East.

Video – Missouri River bridge dropped…

Blast fells landmark bridge.

Missouri Department of Transportation crews demolished the old Route 47 Missouri River Bridge on April 11.

The historic landmark came down in Washington, Missouri around 10:30 am, local time.

Video – Adamo Group men implicated in Detroit probe…

Details of more than 70 alleged bribes revealed.

As the federal investigation into bribery and corruption surrounding Detroit’s $250 million demolition programme continues, two men are expected in court to face charges relating to more than $372,000.

Video – St John’s River towers felled…

Blast fells Florida cooling towers.

Two gigantic cooling towers in Jacksonville were imploded with 1,500 pounds of dynamite on Saturday.

The 141 metre high towers majestically became nothing but piles of dust after 30 years of standing tall in St. Johns River Power Park. Locals gathered near the site to watch the iconic towers crumble.

This demolition marks the complete closing of the power park, prompted by leaders from JEA, a Jacksonville-based electric utility company, and FPL, Florida Power & Light. These are the same entities that pulled together to fund the coal-powered plant in the 1980s.

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