CDI drops Colorado reservoir tower with stunning results. Controlled Demolition, Inc. (CDI), acting as implosion subcontractor to main demolition contractor, Moltz Construction, has carried out the successful explosive felling of the 110’ tall, reinforced concrete Sanchez Reservoir water intake tower in Costilla County, Colorado. Check out the stunning video below:
Tennessee bridge felled in hail of fire and fly-rock. Demolition crews brought an iconic Tennessee interstate bridge crashing to the ground on Saturday. Dramatic video shows a series of explosions imploding the Interstate 65 at near Franklin in Williamson County. A gigantic dust cloud engulfs the air and then, in what appears to be the…Read moreRead more
Overnight possession sends US bridge to meet its maker. A bridge over the I-44 highway close to Springfield (no, not this one) has been felled in an overnight blast in readiness for the construction of a new replacement. It’s a project some believe is long overdue. “The bridge was built in 1960. The bridge is…Read moreRead more
Blasting specialist eyed to spearhead convention centre development. Columbia Development wants to tap the same Maryland firm that demolished the Seattle Kingdome and Las Vegas’ Landmark Hotel to implode the 11-story Wellington Annex on Howard Street to make way for the new downtown convention center. The demolition plan — which a company official said would…Read moreRead more
Coleman and Company pull of textbook blast to fell three cooling towers at Didcot power station. DemolitionNews reports.
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