Midlands demolition company acknowledges NHS in a big way.
Armac Group recently took delivery of the UK’s first Caterpillar 352 demolition excavator and immediately put it to work demolishing the world-famous Wembley Way in London.
But the company has now pressed the machine into action for an even higher purpose. The machine’s high reach boom has been painted to convey a message of gratitude to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) and the front-line workers combatting the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Ahead of a high-profile demolition project at a hospital in Birmingham that is scheduled to start in the New Year, the company today hosted a low-key and socially-distanced photo opportunity to show off the newly-liveried machine.
DemolitionNews will be broadcasting a World Premiere of an exclusive film charting Armac’s Wembley Way project on Thursday night. But, if you can’t wait that long to see the Cat 352 in action, you can check out our previous coverage of the machine here.