Demolition & Recycling International - November-December 2020

03 December 2020

Included in this issue:

  • DEMOLITION AND CORONAVIRUS
    Mixed fortunes for US demolition contractors as NDA president Chris Godek speaks of a Covid recovery but a shrinking backlog of work
  • WORLD DEMOLITION SUMMIT REVIEW
    Lift off for Jet Demolition as South African contractor takes World Demolition Award for imploding a fire-ravaged bank building
  • WORLD DEMOLITION SUMMIT CONFERENCE PRESENTATION
    Performance under pressure – Italian heavy lifting specialist Fagioli outlines the sequence of events behind the Morandi Bridge demolition
  • SITE REPORT
    When the HQ of US company Dominion Energy were demolished, Thonton Tomasetti provided extensive engineering analysis
  • MINI EXCAVATORS
    JCB continues its electric surge while Bobcat plays a vital role at a demolition project in Italy and Hitachi hits the ground running to meet a range of customer requirements in Norway and the United Kingdom
  • DUST SUPPRESSION
    As dust suppression becomes increasingly important on demolition sites for a variety of reasons, D&Ri rounds up recent developments
  • HYDRODEMOLITION
    When more than 200 bearings needed replacing on a motorway bridge in the United Kingdom, water-based demolition provided the solution
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