Exclusive DemolitionNews report on the demolition works that are making the Rio 2016 Olympic Games possible.
Birmingham-based contractor issues video stay clear warning ahead of Didcot blast. DemolitionNews.com reports
Cleveland says goodbye as the Innerbelt Bridge goes out in a blaze of glory. DemolitionNews.com reports.
Canadian capital makes ready for its biggest-ever controlled explosion. The biggest blast in the Canadian capital’s history happens this Sunday when a US demolition team blows down the Sir John Carling Building into 40,000 tonnes of rubble. The obsolete federal office tower overlooking Dow’s Lake is to take a spectacular plunge from the city’s skyline…Read moreRead more
Dykon takes out paper mill smokestack. More than 1,000 Hamilton and Butler County residents watched with mixed emotions as the former Champion Paper Mill smokestack and boiler house that graced the skyline for over 100 years crumpled in 20 seconds on Friday morning. On the stroke of 9 a.m., loud explosions cracked in the air…Read moreRead more
400 pounds of explosives turn D’Iberville bridge into debris pile And just like that, all that remained of the Big Ridge Road bridge was a massive dust cloud. Just after 10 p.m. Saturday, the Mississippi Department of Transportation demolished the bridge as part of a $41 million interchange project that’s expected to be completed by…Read moreRead more
Stubborn structure falls at second time of asking. The ongoing demolition at Duke Energy’s HF Lee plant continued this past week. But unlike its sister structures and the smokestacks imploded at the end of last year, one of the buildings refused to fall, tarnishing a blast sequence. Thankfully, the explosives engineers managed to pop the…Read moreRead more
Simultaneous demolition of bridge and tower block in China. DemolitionNews.com reports.
Implosion fells Roe Avenue road bridge. DemolitionNews.com reports.
Winkler Hall imploded in 15 seconds. DemolitionNews.com reports.