Demolition News invited to be a guest blogger on Construction Equipment.
Following the extraordinary take up by UK and then European demolition professionals, Demolition News has been invited to join an elite band of guest bloggers on the world’s largest and most widely-read construction magazine, Construction Equipment.
In a new blog, which has the working title of Demolition Digest, we will be taking a look at the latest developments in the demolition world with a particular emphasis on machines and equipment. This new blog, which will contain content created exclusively for Construction Equipment, will utilise our usual mix of words, photos, audio and video content to bring you up-to-speed with the latest technological developments in this exciting market area. It is expected to go live within the next two weeks.
“I am delighted to have been given this superb opportunity to extend the reach of our coverage to the world’s largest demolition market, the USA,” says Demolition News founder Mark Anthony. “Construction Equipment is a magazine that I have admired from afar for more years than I care to remember. And the machine evaluations conducted by Walt Moore and Larry Stewart were an inspiration to me when I returned to Plant Managers Journal as editor a few years ago. To be invited to work alongside these guys is like being asked by West Ham to play alongside Bobby Moore!”
Mark is keen to point out that Demolition Digest will not detract from Demolition News. In fact, he believes the opposite is true. “Traditionally, our strongest links have been with the contractors and manufacturers serving the UK and European markets, and that will continue here on Demolition News,” he adds. “But we’re seeing increasing levels of interest and – more excitingly – input from contractors and suppliers from North America. At a time when the European Demolition Association, the UK’s National Federation of Demolition Contractors and the US’s National Demolition Association are calling for a unified, global sharing of information, I believe that Demolition News and Demolition Digest are ideally placed to help meet that need.”