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CoGen stack fails to fall. The planned controlled demolition of the CoGen chimney stack at the Dragon LNG plant in Waterston, Milford Haven, didn’t go quite to plan this afternoon. A statement issued by the company says: “Dragon LNG regrets that during the planned demolition of the Cogen chimney stack today, there was an impartial…Read moreRead more
Bath Demolition eats its way through historic facility. If you’re a chocaholic (reformed) like me, then you may know that the Somerdale Factory in Keynsham near Bristol is something of a Mecca for those cursed with a sweet tooth. According to Wikipedia, the factory was the home of Fry’s Chocolate Cream, the Double Decker, Dairy…Read moreRead more
Hong Kong’s Kwai Chung hospital is coming down. Here at Demolition News Towers, we love a drone video. Under normal circumstances, we also love jetting off to far-flung destinations. While we can’t currently travel quite as freely as we all might like, these two videos from Hong Kong might help quench your wanderlust.
Norwegian demolition giant goes to work. Norwegian company AF Decom is one of those companies that I have long admired for their ability to undertake large-scale and complex demolition projects. So when this video dropped in my inbox this morning, I couldn’t resist sharing it:
On 24 September 2020, the eyes of the demolition world will turn to the future as the Demolition Technology 2020 throws a spotlight onto the existing and emerging technologies that are shaping demolition today and intro the future. This exclusive trailer is just a taste of what this massive event has in store.
Demolition like you’ve never seen it before. Demolition can be a thrill ride. But believe me, nothing will prepare you for this dizzying drone work of the demolition process from views and angles I have never seen before:
An upbeat month, but the underlying imbalances remain. UK construction sector delivered another upbeat set of new contract awards in August 2020 research carried out by Builders’ Conference shows. But underlying imbalances in the make-up of those figures make for more telling reading. In this exclusive video, Builders’ Conference CEO Neil Edwards reports:
More details emerge on the demolition event of the year. The Demolition Technology 2020 online exhibition is now less than a month away. And wth exhibitors, viewers and collaborators joining from across the globe, we took time out this week to speak to Peter Haddock of Content with Media about the aims and the scope…Read moreRead more
A little treat before we sign off for the long weekend. Monday is a national holiday here in the UK which means there will be no This Week in Demolition newsletter landing in your email inbox to start the new week. To make up for that and to send you into the weekend with a…Read moreRead more