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Breaking News – Woman struck by falling plasterboard…

Police investigate following incident at Glasgow’s Queen Street station. A woman has been struck by a section of falling plasterboard at Queen Street Station in Glasgow. The plasterboard is believed to have collapsed from the ceiling next to the ticket desk and struck a female passenger. LOcal newspaper reports suggest that the protective structure is […]

Breaking News – CDC acquired…

Clarke Demolition Company becomes part of TRU7 group. In a move that will come as a shock to just about everyone in the UK demolition business, Clarke Demolition Company has been acquired by TRU7, the group that includes Trucks ‘R’ Us hire and sales and Tippers ‘R’ Us aggregates and muckaway haulage. Industry veteran David […]

Video – Renton, Sick Boy, Begbie…and Safedem

Scottish contractor makes it onto the big screen. Eagle-eyed demolition folk watching the long-awaited return of Spud, Renton, Sick Boy and Begbie in the Trainspotting 2 movie might have spotted a familiar name during the title sequence. Demolition contractor Safedem has become so synonymous with the Glasgow skyline it has helped redraw that the company […]

Health & Safety fines cost construction dear…

Construction and demolition sector worst hit as health and safety fines are ratcheted up. Companies across the UK have been forced to pay out over £61 million in health and safety fines throughout 2016 – almost 2.5 times. And the figures reveal that the construction sector was the most costly, racking up a bill of […]

Brown and Mason gets Didcot nod…

Work to resume at Didcot A power station. Didcot Power Station owners RWE have announced it has hired a contractor to resume the task of clearing the wreckage next month after work stopped following the death of four men in the collapse. Power station demolition specialist Brown and Mason will take on the contract, six […]

Start the discussion…

New dedicated safety forum launches with clear aim. This month sees the official launch of The Demolition Safety Association (TDSA), a new web-based forum created to facilitate the sharing of best practice information and the sharing of information on incidents and near misses across the industry. The forum is seeking to promote health and safety […]

Moscow must go…

Moscow to demolish 8,000 Soviet-era housing blocks. Moscow city authorities are to tear down about 8,000 blocks of flats built in the 1950s and 1960s in a major clearance programme that will involve rehousing 1.6 million people in the coming years, it’s reported. Mayor Sergei Sobyanin told a council meeting on Wednesday that the decision […]

JFH mourns loss…

John F Hunt announces passing of deputy MD. Essex-based contractor John F Hunt has announced the sad passing of deputy managing director Dave Smith. A statement on the company’s website reads: It is with deep regret and sadness that we announce the passing of Dave Smith, Deputy Managing Director of John F Hunt Demolition. He […]

Breaking News – Coleman loses Didcot contract…

RWE NPower ends contract amidst ongoing investigation. The demolition company working at the site of a collapse at Didcot Power Station has lost its contract, according to the BBC. Operator RWE NPower said it was ending the demolition contract due to an ongoing investigation into the boiler house collapse in February that claimed the lives […]

Blowing up, but not as we know it…

Canadians consider inflatable tunnel to segregate site and pedestrians. DemolitionNews reports.

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