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Video – A fitting tribute…

DSR Demolition dedicates implosion to colleague.

The successful completion of any explosive demolition contract is always a heady mix of pride and relief. But the blast that brought down the six-storey Rishworth Street car park in Wakefield on Sunday was doubly special for all those involved.

Ten minutes before Rotherham-based contractor DSR Demolition hit the button, the company heard that one of its machine drivers Kevin Forrest – who has been off work for several months battling cancer – sadly passed away a few hours before. The company dedicated the blast to Kevin Forrest’s memory.

And what a tribute. After five weeks of drilling, roping, wrapping and planning, the six storey concrete structure came down precisely as planned. The drilling pattern, delay sequence and roping system designed by MD Simon Ogden ensured a compact pile.

DSR Demolition reports that the successful blast was a team effort. “We had a good team assisting with charging up – Dick Green and Ian Beasley – and we were supervised by C&D Consultancy who were principal designers for our client Wakefield Council and who were part of the key team on the day,” the company says.

Fast forward to the nine minute mark on the video below to see the successful blast:

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