Two more speakers added to Boston line up

03 September 2019

Demolition & Recycling International is delighted to announce two more conference speakers for the World Demolition Summit 2019, taking place in Boston, USA on October 23 and 24.

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Johan d’Hooghe

Engineer Johan d’Hooghe of Belgian company Recycling Assistance – who is also vice president of the European Demolition Association’s international committee – will add his expertise on construction and demolition waste management with a presentation on the latest developments in that part of the industry in Europe.

Rodd Palon web

Rodd Palon

Elsewhere on the programme, Rodd Palon, the president of USA-based contractor Two Rivers Demolition, will speak on his company’s façade retention project at the historic Marshall Hotel in Sacramento, California.

At the summit, Johan and Rodd join speakers including Adam Safran (Aramco, Saudi Arabia), Ian Bartels (Budget Demolition, Canada), Joe Brinkmann (Jet Demolition, South Africa), Simon Hébert (Delsan-AIM, Canada), Greg Mix (Kiewit, USA), Fabio Bruno Pinto (Fàbio Bruno Construções, Brazil/USA), and Grant Styles and Stuart Accleton (Erith Contractors, United Kingdom).

Now in its 11th year, the World Demolition Summit comprises a networking drinks reception on the evening of Wednesday October 23, and a one-day conference and evening World Demolition Awards dinner the next day.

It is organised by Demolition & Recycling International in co-operation with the US National Demolition Association and with the support of the European Demolition Association. The headline sponsor is Volvo Construction Equipment.

For more information, including delegate registration, please visit www.demolitionsummit.com or call +1 262 754 4180.

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