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Demolition magazine – The Sky Blue edition…

The latest Demolition magazine is here…and it’s another whopper!

The latest edition of the Demolition magazine – the stunning Sky Blue edition – has arrived. And as is fitting for the biggest and most widely-read industry magazine in the demolition world, it is yet another monster edition.

This issue – which was previewed exclusively to Demolition Club members last week – features contributions from the likes of Downwell Demolition, Mick George Ltd, Rachel Contracting, RVA, S Norton and Hughes & Salvidge.

This issue also includes a major feature – The Light and The Dark – that takes an honest and unflinching look at the pros and cons of working in the modern demolition business.

Paper copies of the magazine will be landing on demolition desks shortly. But if you can’t wait, you can read the electronic edition below:

Demolition planned for deadly Leeds building…

Landlord submits demolition plans for building in which “urban explorer” died.

Demolition could take place at the site where a 14-year-old Leeds boy died after falling through the roof of a disused industrial building.

The landowner, Landmark Estates, has made a planning application to knock down a warehouse and office at Canal Wharfe on Wyther Lane.

Bramley teenager Myles Johnstone died on Thursday, July 6 after an accident at the site, where he was thought to have been playing with friends.

The agent acting on behalf of Landmark Estates, Citu, confirmed that the Kirkstall building intended for demolition is the same one where the boy died. “Citu is working with the landowner, Landmark Estates, to explore opportunities to develop the site and the demolition was always part of that plan,” a spokesman said.

A spokeswoman for Leeds City Council said that its building control people have not served a notice for the Wyther Lane site so any request to demolish it would have been prompted by the owner.

Read more here.

Exclusive – The Light & The Dark…

Demolition magazine supplement charts pros and cons of life in modern demolition world.

In this exclusive Demolition magazine supplement, veteran editor Mark Anthony charts the pros and cons of life in the modern field of demolition.

Honest and unflinching, it should be required reading for anyone considering a career in the industry; and for anyone currently employed in this dynamic and constantly-challenging industry sector.

Video – Shattering the heart of glass…

Two big pulls fells Indiana smokestack.

For more than 120 years, a 25 metre tall smokestack loomed large over the Washington Glass factory at Cicero, Indiana.

But not any longer. The stack was pulled down in two stages – The action is captured in this new video:


Two killed in Shanghai collapse…

Search continues following deadly demolition accident.

Two people died after an accident during the demolition of a multi-story building in Shanghai Friday afternoon, the local government said.

A third person person is in hospital receiving treatment.

The accident occurred when a multi-story building in Jiading District was being demolished and fell onto a neighbouring hotel.

Three people were subsequently rescued from the scene and were rushed to a nearby hospital, however it is not yet known if the three were from the hotel or the demolition site.

Read more here.

Video – Sappi stack succumbs…

Stack falls after several delays.

One of two smoke stacks at former Sappi paper mill property has been imploded.

City officials were concerned that the 60-metre tall “Power House Stack No. 1” was a public safety risk after large cracks developed in the stack.

Video – Toppling at Tottenham…

Stadium demolition enters final phase in spectacular style.

The demolition of the White Hart Lane stadium the home of Tottenham Hotspur football club, is rapidly drawing to a close. And it is doing so in spectacular style as DSM fells one last high level element of the structure.

Breaking News – Man killed in church collapse…

Man dies after Splott incident.

A man has died after being trapped in rubble when a church collapsed near a railway line in Cardiff.

Firefighters, rescue dogs and a drone had been searching for the man in the wreckage of the derelict church in Splott, which collapsed at about 14:50 BST.

Two people escaped from the building – which was being demolished – and were treated for minor injures.

South Wales Fire and Rescue Service workers are trying to recover the body.

Gareth Davies, area manager for SWFRS, said the man had been trapped under a large amount of rubble.

He said: “As a service, we wish to extend our sympathies to the individual’s family at this very sad time.”

Cardiff demolition firm Young Contractors, which has been working on the derelict church for about three weeks, confirmed none of its staff were on the site at the time.

Read more here.

Video – TDS fells twin cranes…

Inchgreen dock cranes felled in double implosion.

They stood sentry over the Inchgreen Dock in Scotland for more than fifty years. And then, in seconds, they were gone.

Technical Demolition Services carried out a controlled implosion of the two giants early on Sunday morning:

Tyred of waiting…

Goodyear plant demolition delayed…again.

Demolition of Wolverhampton’s last remaining Goodyear plant has been pushed back as the firm decides with developers what should be left standing.

The plant had been due to close on July 1 then July 20 as developers St Modwen submitted plans to take over the land.

Now, closure and demolition of the site has been halted again. Remaining workers were told about the delay on Tuesday.

This is because Goodyear need to decide what to demolish and what to leave standing.

Cyril Barrett, chair of the Unite branch at Goodyear said on Wednesday: “The demolition has been pushed back until late August.

“Workers were told yesterday. Goodyear have got to decide how they are going to do it and what the implications will be.”

The eventual demolition of the remaining Goodyear buildings will be the start of the development of the site.

Read more here.

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