On the eve of the COP26 climate conference, the thoughts of the global demolition industry are turning towards the reduction of carbon emissions and the preservation of the world’s natural resources. But a Canadian company isn’t waiting for the outcome of COP26 and is already taking a unique approach to the process of demolition. And…Read moreRead more
We have Italian bridges being blasted; British bridges being demolished; and we have an exclusive interview with Howard Button, CEO of the National Federation of Demolition Contractors. All that and more, on the Weekend Wrap.
As the world focuses upon the need to reduce carbon in its buildings, there is a shift towards the upgrading and refurbishment of homes that might previously have been demolished and replaced. How will that impact upon the demolition sector?
How the demolition and construction industries are being outflanked, out-manoeuvred and outgunned by the environmental lobby and how that could impact upon the way in which the industry is regulated and upon its ability to attract young people into its ranks.
How much demolition experience should be required before someone is considered for a Demolition Supervisor course and competence card? That was the question we posed in our latest industry survey. And the industry has spoken.
Caterpillar gets set to pulverise the competition; a Belgian blast with no Belgian waffle; and Volvo adds yet more electric machines. All that and more, on The Weekend Wrap.
A demolition veteran on LinkedIn this morning posted that he had been speaking to someone that was considering applying for a Demolition Supervisor competence card, despite the fact that they had just three years’ demolition experience. That single post sparked a lot of debate, with the vast majority agreeing that three years was not sufficient…Read moreRead more
In today’s show: Caterpillar gets set to pulverise the competition; Doosan joins the hydrogen race; Fawley stack has a date with destiny; and finally, our industry survey is now closed and results are in. All that and more, on The Break Fast Show.
Minimum chat and maximum action. That is the promise driving a new and LIVE monthly show that is dedicated to the latest and greatest construction and demolition equipment. The first-ever episode airs tonight LIVE at 6pm UK time and it features contributions from the likes of Bell, CASE, Doosan, JCB, Kubota, Manitou, MB Crusher, Montabert…Read moreRead more
MB Crusher grabs the industry headlines, JCB unveils the excavator equivalent to Doctor Who’s Tardis, and making the CASE for a new range of backhoe loaders. All that and more, on The Weekend Wrap.