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Video – Our longest Demolition TV to date.

At more than 30 minutes in length, our latest episode is our biggest yet.

Size isn’t everything (at least I hope not) but size coupled with quality is something wonderful to behold.

And so we give to you our latest and greatest Demolition TV episode to date. More than half an hour of demolition awesomeness including contributions from:

  • AR Demolition
  • Brokk
  • Cawarden Demolition
  • Kato Imer
  • R Collard Ltd
  • Squibb Group

We really hope that you enjoy this episode, and we really hope you will do us one small favour. The more YouTube subscribers we have, the more YouTube tools become available to us. So if you can spar a moment, can we please ask you to hit THIS LINK and hit the subscribe button.

Jobs – AR Demolition seeks site manager….

The Company – AR Demolition Ltd is a fast growing, multi award winning Company and we currently have a vacancy for an experienced Site Manager who will report into Operations Management.

The Role – you will be responsible for the management of all on-site activities. Our sites could be situated anywhere in the UK, and you will need to ensure that your site/project runs as efficiently as possible. To achieve efficiency you will need to monitor and manage resources to ensure that projects operate within budget and are completed to agreed timescales always ensuring that safe working practices are adhered to at all times. You should also promote and adhere to company values.

You will need to have a CCDO Black Managers Card and have had at least 5 years working at site management level within either the demolition or construction industries. You will need to be confident and professional in approach and have good computer skills. You must also be a good problem solver, have a can-do attitude and be prepared to work anywhere in the UK, staying away from home whenever necessary.

Key responsibilities will be to:

  • Monitor and supervise all site personnel, including any sub-contract labour.
  • Ensure that everybody on site is aware of the project priorities, procedures, guidance and instructions.
  • Check that the project team is fully trained and competent for the project in hand, including any sub-contract labour.
  • Maintain and establish a safe and healthy working environment, free from risk.
  • Ensure that prior to work commencing on site that the necessary planning, assessment of risks and control measures are implemented in line with AR Demolition Ltd HS&E Policy.
  • Seek advice from the Operations Health & Safety Team on risk assessments or method statement development for any high risk activities or any other health, safety or environmental concerns either before project commencement or any time during.
  • Ensure that all relevant site paperwork is completed and uploaded onto company computer system.

The Package – good rates of pay, company van and Bupa healthcare is provided.

If you feel you have the skills and attitude necessary for this role please apply on line by uploading a copy of your CV or alternatively by sending your CV directly to Cheryl Frost at AR Demolition Ltd, 36 Main Street, Carlton, Nuneaton CV13 0EZ or e-mail


Squibb chases Welsh dragon…

Essex-based contractor establishes South Wales office amidst Cuddy fallout.

Squibb Group has reacted quickly to the untimely demise of Welsh demolition contractor Cuddy Group by opening an office in Wales to meet the specific needs of the local market.

A social media post yesterday – interestingly produced in the Welsh language opening of the new office just as details of the Cuddy Group administration were becoming clear.

Speaking to DemolitionNews, Squibb Group’s Leslie Squibb said: “We have worked consistently in Wales now for the last three years and see this a natural progression with the unfortunate demise of Cuddy.”

Squibb Group itself has recently moved into a new office in Stanford-le-Hope in Essex. DemolitionNews was given the guided tour recently – You can see that here.

Cuddy Group administration update…

Cuddy Group provides latest update on calamitous collapse.

Failed Welsh demolition contractor Cuddy Group has issued a statement naming the administrators appointed to handle its affairs. That statement – reproduced below – also shows the depth of the company’s collapse which has taken down the entire organisation.

Alistair Wardell and Nick Wood were appointed joint administrators of the following companies on 23 July 2018:

  • Cuddy Demolition & Dismantling Limited
  • Cuddy Demolition Limited
  • Cuddy Scaffolding Limited
  • Cuddy Environmental Limited
  • Cuddy Remediation Limited
  • Cuddy Plant and Transport Limited
  • Cuddy Groundworks Limited

Alistair Wardell and Nick Wood were also appointed joint administrators of Cuddy Recycling Limited on 25 July 2018.

The companies have ceased to trade and any enquiries should now be directed to the joint administrators using the contact details below:

Telephone: 0161 953 6900

The affairs, business and property of the Cuddy group of companies are being managed by Alistair Wardell and Nick Wood. The Joint Administrators act as agents of the companies and without personal liability. Both are authorised by the IPA to act as insolvency practitioners.

Open letter from Dr Demolition…

Former IDE president calls for candidates for foundation degree in demolition management.

It is not often that the UK demolition industry can claim to be a world beater without fear of contradiction. In the Institute’s Foundation Degree we can truly make such a statement for never before has this level of academic learning, which is offered to all comers, been available for such a low price and within everyone’s budget.

The foundation degree is fully grant funded by ConstructionSkills to enable the full cost of the course to be met by them. The course consists of 12 modules delivered over two semesters. This works out at one classroom day a month from October through to April meaning all summer off.

If you are considering joining or know of someone that can benefit from this opportunity consider this;

  1. There is nowhere else that is offering this level of understanding
  2. This course covers every aspect of the activities of the demolition industry
  3. The course is to be delivered in industrial speak by demolition practitioners
  4. It is fully funded and requires only that the candidate commit to attending
  5. Because it covers all demolition activities you do not need to be an expert in anything
  6. It is therefore perfect for non-practitioners as well as demolition professionals
  7. You cannot get this level of insight into how the demolition industry operates anywhere else
  8. Once achieved you get 250 education credits from the University of Wolverhampton towards a BSc top up degree, another world first
  9. You become the holder of the world’s first accredited Foundation Degree in demolition Management endorsed by a higher Education Faculty
  10. If you want to get a better understanding of what happens on and off site, how decisions are made, methodology’s determined, plant and equipment usage, how structural engineering assists and contract law dictates. What are you waiting for? It’s all in these 12 modules on offer

Visit the IDE website for full details today and sign up or recommend a friend or colleague do so. Thanks for listening.

Terry Quarmby

Video – Spring Valley bridge partially felled…

First blast drops Southern span.

The southern span of the old Route 89 bridge over the Illionois River in Spring Valley was imploded early Tuesday morning.

The bridge’s replacement, the Illinois Valley Veterans Memorial Bridge, opened in June. The new bridge provides a wider span for emergency vehicles, pedestrians and bike traffic.

The other span of the old Route 89 Bridge, which was built in 1943, will be demolished in the next few weeks.

Jobs – Berkley wants site supervisor…

Croydon-based contractor seeks Demolition Site Supervisor.

Job Role/Title: Demolition Site Supervisor

Job Location: Victoria, London

Experience/Qualifications Required: SSSTS Demolition Supervisor, CCDO, Asbestos Awareness and Demolition Awareness, Pasma.

Job Details/Responsibilities: Day to day site supervision reporting to the Project Manager, Undertaking daily pre-start briefings, Tool box talks, Weekly tool and plant inspections. Must be experienced in top down demolition

Pay/ Package: TBC – Depending on candidate experience

Company Information: Berkley Demolition

Email Address for Applications:

Postal Address for Applications: Unit B1, Connaught Business Centre, 49 Imperial Way, Croydon, Surrey CR0 4RR England

Jobs – Brown and Mason seek project manager…

Power station demolition specialist looking to strengthen Littlebrook team.

Continued growth and expansion has created the need for a project manager at Brown and Mason’s ongoing contract at Littlebrook Power Station at Dartford in Kent.

Candidates must be suitably qualified and be able to demonstrate experience in a similar role, preferably within the decommissioning/construction sector.

IT skills using MS Project, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel are essential.

Brown and Mason reports that it is looking for a self-motivated individual that can bring their own ideas and who can integrate into a team. The post carries excellent career prospects and salary.

If you believe you have the necessary drive, focus and enthusiasm to work within a dynamic team, please send your CV with current salary details to Maxine Chapman, personnel department, Brown and Mason, Anson House, Schooner Court, Crossways Business Park, Dartford, Kent DA2 6QQ or email to

Estalblished for over 50 years, Brown and Mason is one of the largest industry decommissioning and dismantling contractors in Europe. The company is an equal opportunities employer.

Eyemouth site gets all clear…

Council seeks to allay fears of local residents.

Scottish Borders Council has said there is “minimal risk” from material at a demolition site in Eyemouth, Scotland.

Local residents had drawn attention to roofing panels with a printed warning about the risk of breathing asbestos fibres.

The council said the contractor has assured it that work being undertaken at the former high school complies with official regulations.

Broken roofing on the site could be seen with asbestos health warnings printed on some fragments.

But the council said the demolition work did not require to be carried out under controlled conditions, and that the demolition was being carried out by trained staff.

A council spokesman said: “As part of pre-contract works a full asbestos survey was undertaken at the former Eyemouth High School. The materials identified in the building as containing asbestos were deemed as ‘non-licensed’ and as such do not have to be removed under ‘controlled conditions’. This is due to the make-up of the materials and the minimal risk of any asbestos fibres being released which would exceed the relevant control limits. The contractor is a licensed asbestos removal contractor and all works are being undertaken by trained staff.”

Read more here.

Video – DemoExpo 2019 – Save the date…

The fourth DemoExpo is less than a year away. And it’s going to be epic.

If you’re a demolition equipment owner, operator or enthusiast, then there is only one place to be in July next year. The fourth DemoExpo will take place at the Hertfordshire Showground from the 4 to 6 of July. And it promises to be the biggest DemoExpo yet.

So put those dates in your diary. And join us at the Hertfordshire Showground for DemoExpo 2019.

It’s going to be EPIC!

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