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Training initiative gets green light…

South and City College aims to address Midlands skills shortage. The National Demolition Training Group has agreed a joint initiative with South and City College, Birmingham to provide demolition specific training to the unemployed with a view to them becoming part of the growing demolition workforce needed in Birmingham. Funding for this ground breaking scheme […]

Riviera could be next Vegas blast…

Clock ticking for Las Vegas landmark. The shuttered Riviera Hotel and Casino could soon be demolished. The 60-year-old property closed to the public in May after the Las Vegas Convention and Visitor’s Authority purchased the property for $182.5 million. On Tuesday, a subcommittee of the LVCVA, the Las Vegas Convention Center District Committee, confirmed that […]

Philly acts to control demolition…

New bill requires contractors to prove experience. With the court case over an accident that killed six people still ongoing, Philadelphia contractors are bracing themselves for a change in legslation that comes into force on 1 August this year. Last year, Philadelphia City Council passed five legislative bills to improve public safety in the construction […]

Swindon car park demolition starts

They’re removing a car park; but they’re retaining all the bloody roundabouts! Preparation work has started on the second phase of a project to regenerate Swindon town centre. Carlton Street car park which adjoins the bus station is being wrapped in scaffolding and screens, before work to remove it gets under way. The Wyvern Theatre […]

Taking a bite out of the “sausage bridge”…

M62 bridge closed ahead of demolition. The “sausage bridge” across the M62 near Huyton has closed for good today, as work begins on a replacement. The Greystone footbridge, as it is officially known, will be demolished this weekend, giving keen users just a few days to see the bridge for the last time. A Knowsley […]

Is this machine UK-bound…?

64 metre high reach rumoured to be joining fast-growing UK hire fleet. Industry rumour is rife that a new demolition giant could soon be available for hire in the UK. Based on a Caterpillar 385C, the unique machine has been modified by Rusch to allow it to operate a five tonne attachment at its maximum […]

Demolition magazine – The App has landed…

Smartphone and tablet users can now read the Demolition magazine via a dedicated app. When DemolitionNews.com first opened its doors, the iPhone had just been launched and was little more than a covetable novelty. Who knew that seven years later, that trinket – and the iPad tablet derived from it – would have taken the […]

Video – Plans call for demolition of Gates Circle hospital…

Buffalo hospital could fall. The planned development of the Trico site on the edge of Buffalo’s medical campus, has the developer looking to demolish the oldest structure of the complex. Originally built as an ice house to service local breweries, the structure has deteriorated. Removal of the ice house clears the way for a courtyard, […]

Another demolished pub to be rebuilt…

Council orders “brick by brick” rebuilding of Battersea pub. A developer in Battersea yesterday lost his battle to secure retrospective planning permission on a historic pub he bulldozed in May. He must now rebuild The Alchemist in St Johns’ Hill ‘brick by brick’ according to the council’s original ruling earlier this month. The confirmation of […]

Making way for Wear bridge…

Demolition of former Grove Cranes facility clears way for £100 million river crossing. Sunderland council leader Paul Watson took to the controls of an excavator as work got underway on the city’s new £100 million bridge. The clearance of the former site of Grove Cranes, which closed its doors in 1998, heralds the start of […]

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