Utterly beautiful new video showing a wrecking ball in action in Baltimore. This is absolutely stunning. Great footage, majestic soundtrack, and a wrecking ball used with accuracy and care. This could become a Demolition News classic! Let us know what you think or suggest your alternatives for video of the year in the Comments…Read moreRead more
MGL Demolition carries out dual tower block implosion in Middlesborough. MGL Demolition this weekend completed the demolition of Fulbeck House and Glentworth House in Middlesbrough’s Netherfields area. These were built in 1968, and each 16-storey block comprised 90 flats. A lottery to press “the button” raised money for Normanby’s Zoe’s Place and was won by…Read moreRead more
Experienced UHD machines users will spot the problem about 21 seconds in. In light of the ongoing discussions regarding the inexperience ultra-high demolition excavator utilisation of some US contractors, and the willingness of others to use undersized machines, the outcome of this (quite old) video should become apparent about 21 seconds after it starts, even…Read moreRead more
One big bang, and these twin smoke stacks fall. OK, this is not quite live, but as we’re typing this text, this implosion in Montana happened less than an hour ago: We’re hoping there will be some more professional footage such as this which was filmed during the preparation for today’s nicely controlled implosion.
Video showing why the crawler crane and wrecking ball have all but vanished. Having bowed to reader pressure (temporarily at least) to continue to show videos of demolition gone wrong, here’s one from the (fairly recent) archives displaying at least one reason why the crawler crane and ball combination gave way to the high reach…Read moreRead more
New video gets up close and personal with the demolition of a military shooting range. Yesterday, we brought you a cracking video of a demolition project shot from the operator’s eye view. Well, today, we’re taking you even closer to the action with a video in which the inset picture was shot by a camera…Read moreRead more
New video makes welcome change from the usual “demolition gone wrong” footage. A new video from DP Fuel Tank Services gives a useful and timely insight into how demolition SHOULD be controlled. We realise that this film will attract less visitors than a “demolition gone wrong” film, but as a website dedicated to best practice…Read moreRead more
Simon Winfield has taken over Red Rhino; and Demolition News cameras were there first. In an exclusive interview for www.demolitionnews.com, the new owner of Red Rhino reveals his hopes and aspirations for the compact crusher brand.
Can find very little information on this video but, judging by the cars in the foreground and the shouting in the background, I am going to take a wild guess and say this is from the US:
In an exclusive video interview with Demolition News, CA Group Ltd commercial director Brian Watson reveals the true scale of the problem of foam panels that were produced with ozone-depleting CFCs and HCFCs.