Demolition & Recycling International - June-July 2020

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June-July 2020

Included in this issue:

    Industry concerns over long-term bail outs for Covid-19; World Demolition Summit 2020 goes virtual; workforce becomes owners at McGee Group; Middle East success for BPH Attachments; Hitachi Construction Machinery to stop manufacturing in Europe; construction milestone at Saudi waste plant; heavy work at high speed for Doosan
    A 2020 vision for life after Covid-19 as we relive the highlights of the recent D&Ri webinar featuring panellists Francisco Cobo (EDA); David Darsey (Erith) and Martin Krupicka (Brokk); plus a look at how the leading contractor in South Africa is faring during the crisis
  • D&RI100
    The latest listing of global contractors by turnover sees the net worth of the top 100 remaining steady and relatively little change overall – but the big post-Coronavirus shake up lies ahead for 2021
    From ultra high demolition models to compact machines for indoor projects, the full range of product development has continued in the first part of this year, often influenced by machines from other areas of the demolition equipment market
    When energy company Engie selected Delta Group to demolish the former Hazelwood power station in Australia, the contractor needed to call on all its 30-plus years of experience to meet the challenge
    D&Ri rounds up some of the most prominent launches so far in 2020
    Last year, American specialist contractor Kiewit began the challenging project of taking down the Alaskan Way viaduct in the urban confines of Seattle. Here is what happened next

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