New judge for World Demolition Awards

By Lindsay Gale08 July 2015

The international nature of the judging panel that determines the winners of the various categories in the 2015 World Demolition Awards has been enhanced by the new presence of Liberty Industrial director Clinton Dick. Australian contractor Liberty was founded by Clinton due to the growing need for a specialist demolition consultant to service the requirements of major companies in Australia and abroad.

He leads a senior management team within the business that comprises experienced civil and environmental engineers who possess Unrestricted Demolition Licenses Australia-wide. Clinton has over 15 years of extensive experience working for major blue chip clients on large and technically challenging projects within the mining and industrial demolition sectors throughout Australia, having held positions in operational site based roles, middle management, senior management and consulting. D&Ri welcomes his presence on the panel, which further strengthens the fully international nature of the World Demolition Awards.

As with all judges, his company will still have the opportunity to submit entries to the awards, but with careful management, he or any other judge will not take any part in, or have any knowledge of, the judging process for their company’s entries.

Remember, the closing date for entries is drawing closer. All entries must be received at the KHL Group office no later than Friday 31 July. If you have any questions concerning your submission, please contact D&Ri editor Lindsay Gale on +44 (0)1892 786210 or by email at

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