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NDA announces Demolition Academy dates
The US National Demolition Association has announced the dates for its 2009 Demolition Academy event
Exodus into waste handling equipment
A new player has entered the field of scrap and waste handlers with the announcement of the senior management team of Superior, Wisconsin-based Exodus Machines Inc
New Hilti breaker with "exceptionally low" vibration
Hilti has launched a new 11.8 kg breaker with “exceptionally low” triaxial vibration levels of 6.5 m/s2.
Grove GTK1100 comes out on top for demolition
A German company considered several options for a challenging demolition project before selecting a Grove GTK1100
Sandvik establishes global development centre for screens and feeders
Sandvik Mining and Construction is establishing a global product development centre for screens and feeders in Northern Ireland
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Time for change - the two demolition associations in the Netherlands have come together
A major change to the organisation of the demolition sector in the Netherlands has been announced through the merger of the two professional associations that represented the industry. D&Ri reports on the changes
Allied Gator adds rail breaker tooth segments
New rail breaker tooth segments are now available for Allied Gator's MT range of demolitiion attachments
Demolition Awards extended
Two 'Highly Commended' awards have been introduced to the Demolition Award for the 'Contract of the Year' category
Rockster moves into Russian market
Rockster Recycling has established a formal presence in Russia in the shape of Rockster Russija,
IC50 2009 and IC50 five year reports go live
Copies of International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine's IC50 2009 and IC50 five year reports can now be bought online at KHL's new Information Store
Genesis appoints new SE USA regional sales manager
Genesis Attachments has appointed Justin Palvere to the position of regional sales manager for the southeast USA.
University demolition challenge for Lawson Demolition
Redevelopment work is under way at the Anglia Ruskin University campus in the city of Cambridge, UK
Brokk demolition robots make a splash in Scotland
A trio of versatile robotic concrete-breaking machines has successfully demolished a 100 year old Scottish swimming pool quicker, cheaper and safer than any other possible method. David Hayward reports
KHL's Information Store launched
KHL's new Information Store is the one-stop shop for data and analysis of the global construction sector.
UK NVQ funding cuts could lead to “absolute failure”
Recently announced cuts to the UK's NVQ grant funding could lead to an "absolute failure" of the well-established training scheme, says Howard Button, chief executive of the NFDC
Disintegration blasting saves the day at the former Rheinenergie power station
German contractor Richard Liesegang used explosives to solve a challenging problem that could not be dealt with by traditional mechanical demolition techniques during the demolition of the former Rheinenergie power station in Cologne-Niehl. Technical director Marcel Schröder reports
Clifford Devlin overcomes the barriers to sustainable demolition
The recent demolition of an office block in the City of London provides tangible evidence that environmental measures can be implemented even in the most difficult of circumstances
Hazardous chemical clean up for RVA
The site of a former chemical plant in Knottingly, UK, is providing a major challenge for project manager and construction design management specialist RVA Group
Chicago issues 2016 Olympic Games demolition contracts
Brandenburg and Heneghan Wrecking have been awarded contracts to clear sites for the Chicago 2016 Olympic Games bid
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