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Video – All white on the night…

Cardem tackles Schulmeister tower.

Another site, another white liveried excavator doing its thing.

This film captures leading French contractor Cardem hard at work on the Schulmeister tower in Strasbourgh:

Video – Powering through French electricity HQ…

Stunning time-lapse captures demolition of former home of French utility company, RTE.

Whether it is the Real Madrid of today, the all-conquering Leeds United of the 1970s, Despe in Italy or Cardem in France, there is just something deeply cool about the all-white livery.

Check out the Liebherr excavators charged with demolishing the regional headquarters of Reseau Transport D’Electricite in the Gerland district of Lyon.

Icade en partenariat avec Poste Immo réalise le projet immobilier de RTE – Lyon from Devisubox on Vimeo.

Video – Finns are what they used to be…

New film gets up close with Robi attachment.

What is it about Finland and hydraulic attachments? The country – one of my personal favourites – has a population of under six million and yet it is the point of origin of some of the best known attachments on the market.

Where would demolition be without Rammer, Remu and Allu or, for that matter, Robi?

This new film from Robi shows off the company’s MP32 multiprocessor in action on a site in Finland. Check it out below:

Worsley sets out Southern stall…

Company hosts opening of new depot to serve the demolition sector in the South of England.

IMG_2090Middlewich-based attachments specialist Worsley Plant has hosted a well-attended open day to celebrate the opening of its new sales and service facility in the South of England.

The opening of the new depot, together with the appointment of former Kocurek man Brian Carroll as general manager South marks a clear statement of intent from Worsley Plant as the company enters its 20th year.

The new depot, which features extensive workshop facilities, is ideally located in Witham, Essex, just a stone’s throw from the knot of major demolition contractors that have congregated around the Kent/Essex border area.

A more detailed story on the new depot opening, complete with interviews with both Sean Heron and Brian Carroll will appear in the next edition of the Demolition magazine.

World Book Day special offer…

We’re doing our bit for child literacy and industry engagement.

Two BooksExactly one month from today (if you’re in the UK), while I am making ready to address several hundred schoolchildren at a Surrey school, you will likely be running around the house, desperately trying to find a suitable costume for your little darling who has just informed you that he/she has to go to school dressed as a character from a book.

Well, not only have we given you advance warning of the parental panic-fest that is World Book Day, we might even have some advice for you on the book and costume front.

For a period of one month – starting today – we are offering our two children’s books (My Dad Does Demolition and My Dad Drives a Digger) together in a cut-price twin-pack. Both books retail for £4.99 plus postage and packing. But, until World Book Day on 3 March, you can buy them both together for just £7.50 plus postage.

That means that when World Book Day finally rolls around, you can send your precious kiddy-winks off to school in a hard hat and one of your old high vis’ vests, clutching a copy of one of these books. Your children will stand out from the 29 Harry Potters in their class, they will wave the flag for construction and demolition and – best of all – you won’t be spending the morning attempting to fashion a wizard’s costume and wand from an old pair of curtains and a stick.

You can buy our book twin-pack here.

Competition – For the love of the glove…

Get your hands on (or in) a revolutionary pair of safety gloves.

£72 is not a lot of money if it is going to save you from a likely limb amputation in the event of a Fluid Injection Injury. But wouldn’t it be better if you could have the same protection for free? Well, enter our latest competition and that’s precisely what you might get.

As you may be aware, fluid transfer solutions specialist Pirtek recently introduced a revolutionary new safety glove to protect workers from Fluid Injection Injury. And we have snagged a pair to give away to the reader that can fill in the missing figure, shown in red below:

The velocity of fluid forced through a pinhole break in a hydraulic hose can be in excess of 000 metres per second.

To enter, please just send your correct answer to

The winner of an exclusive pair of Pirtek Safety Gloves will be chosen at random from the correct answers received.

The competition closes on 12 February 2016.

Video – If you see me running…

…try to keep up.

When a demolition man runs out of the site, it’s a sure sign that something is not quite right.

So fact forward to the 29 second mark of the video below, and see how much faith in the excavator operator the hard-hatted Usain Bolt has:

Video – Central Library revisited…

A fresh perspective on DSM Demolition’s work in the centre of Birmingham.

Judging by the sheer volume of video footage emanating from the Central Library site in Birmingham, it appears that the eyes of the world (or at least the eyes of the West Midlands) are on DSM Demolition as it tackles this complex inner city project.

Check out this latest footage from the site:

Video – Greystone rising…

Reverse video provides haunting memorial for former psychiatric hospital.

Back in October last year, we brought you some great footage of the Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital being demolished by a high reach excavator.

Now, as outcry over the premature of this landmark building continues to circulate, this haunting reverse video of the demolition provides a haunting reminder of what might have been.

Taking a bite from chocolate factory…

Former Nestle facility is coming down.

crunch barThe central New York plant that produced Nestle chocolate products for more than a century is being torn down.

Demolition is set to get underway at the former Nestle plant in the city of Fulton, in Oswego County 25 miles north of Syracuse.

The 24-acre site along state Route 481 was seized by the city last year for back taxes. Fulton officials say the plans for the site call for building a supermarket, a warehouse and a truck rental business.

Crews are removing asbestos from the complex before demolition work can begin in the spring.

The plant was the hub of Nestle’s chocolate production in the United States through the 20th century, churning out such products as the Crunch Bar.

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