In today’s show: We welcome CASE Construction’s Crispin Turner to hopefully reveal more about a Top Secret product launch that is taking place on Thursday this week; we have a pair of exclusives from MB Crusher that are sure to grab your attention; and, as XCMG targets the international market, we ask if the UK…Read moreRead more
Equipment from the Cawarden Demolition fleet is expected to arrive on the site of a partial collapse in Wrexham today to begin the clean-up operation and to make safe the remaining structures. DemolitionNews understands that a three-man strip-out team had just left the building when it partially collapsed. No-one was injured in the collapse. The…Read moreRead more
Investigations are underway after a section of flats at Llys y Mynydd in Rhos collapsed yesterday. Remodelling work was taking place on the sheltered housing units with no residents or workers inside at the time. Wrexham.com reports that no-one was injured during the incident. Local councillor Paul Pemberton says: “Apparently all trades had left when…Read moreRead more
In today’s show: The mammoth HS2 project hits a major milestone; we take a closer and longer look at the latest addition to the Rye Group equipment fleet; we look at the questionable practice of “AdBlue deletion”; and in preparation for its latest sale later this week, we will be attempting to GO LIVE to…Read moreRead more
15 tower blocks fall in one massive blast in China’ the home of Real Madrid is being partially demolished; and there’s a new name in the world of articulated dumptrucks. All that and more, on The Weekend Wrap.
In today’s show: Another nail in the coffin for the UK’s coal-fuelled past as Ferrybridge is felled; don’t say Highways England; there are job opportunities aplenty; and Northern Ireland gets its highest spec site dumper. All that and much more on The Break Fast Show.
In today’s show: An explosive finale; the UK is homing in on hydrogen; MST gets high tip vibes; and Liebherr GB secures a significant ADT order. All that and more, on The Break Fast Show.
DSM Demolition scrambles to drop the first four cooling towers at Eggborough power station; we report on the inexorable rise of the high-rise tower block; and there’s a big Liebherr Earthmoving Equipment rig down Mexico way. The social media post of the week comes from our buddy Nick Drew. All that and more on The…Read moreRead more
In today’s show: There is yet another mental health sticking plaster for the industry; materials prices are set to rise 10 percent over the next 12 months; Caterpillar unveils its latest demolition pulverisers; Skillings Crushing bags a new Epiroc breaker; and demolition contractors are bidding for a slice of the cake in Dundee. All that…Read moreRead more
A new national demolition framework – valued at £1.56 billion – was announced this past week. Now as someone that would happily sell his own grandmother for £20 (in my defence, she’s been dead for 20+ years and is long past her best) £1.56 billion is a lot of money. And I feel certain that…Read moreRead more