All Demolition Articles

Fischer meets Lorch bridge demolition challenge
Demolition of the B297 road bridge over the B29 Federal highway created a challenge for FWA Fischer, the contractor awarded the job
Demolition goes to the movies - Warner Brothers studio redevelopment
Seven stage sets used for the Harry Potter and James Bond motion pictures are facing being dismantled as part of a studio refurbishment programme
Demolition robots build a solid foundation in County Durham
Three demolition robots were used by Gnat UK to dig foundation trenches during remodelling of a County Durham store
Rio de Janeiro's Maracanã Stadium is reborn
In Brazil, one of the most revered football stadiums in the world is undergoing reconstruction, at an accelerated pace, in time for the 2014 World Cup. Leonardo Bastos reports for D&Ri
NASDI remodels Harvard University's Fogg Museum
US contractor NASDI is carrying out a selective demolition project at Harvard University's Fogg Museum on the university’s Cambridge, Massachusetts, campus
Brazilian World Cup stadium regeneration
Atlas Copco pulverisers were used to demolish and process waste during the redevelopment of the Fonte Nova stadium in time for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil
Heatwaves comes to an end - Merseyside leisure centre demolished
The Heatwaves Leisure Centre on Merseyside, UK, was brought down by Manchester-based J Freeley Ltd during a challenging demolition
Palazzani helps Hastings secure pier
Hastings Pier, located in the south of England, suffered an arson attack in October 2010 and the structure became a danger to the public. Remedial work was urgently needed to make it safe while awaiting a final decision regarding its future.
Suspended belief - extreme chimney demolition in Austria
Contractor Felbermayr recently brought down a 100-year-old brick-built chimney in Wels, Austria, using a mini excavator suspended from an all terrain crane
Despe awarded 2010 Demolition Contract of the Year
The Piacenza-Lodi bridge project meant a tight deadline, challenging working conditions, major environmental limitations and a damaged structure that restricted the techniques that could be used
US Navy seeks new ship breaking techniques
The US Navy is looking for established 'new' technologies that would help reduce emissions to the environment during ship breaking/demolition activities
A nuclear challenge at Marble Hill, Indiana
The only nuclear facility in the US state of Indiana, Marble Hill, is being cleared to make way for redevelopment
Inner city work a blast - Norfolk Court implosion
UK contractor Safedem imploded the 24 storey Norfolk Court tower block in the heart of the Gorbals area of Glasgow, Scotland
Making way for the future in Stuttgart - regenerating the city's health infrastructure
The Germany city of Stuttgart is currently in the process of redeveloping its hospital facilities - the resulting Euro 800 million (US$1,016 million) Klinikum Stuttgart is said to be the largest hospital construction project in the country
Demolition goes underground in Rotterdam - the new HSL-South high speed rail line
The construction of the new HSL-South high speed rail line in the Netherlands has created a major underground demolition challenge for Dutch contractor Struijk-Groepin in the city of Rotterdam. D&Ri reports
Italian debut for New Holland E485B Demolition
The first New Holland E485B Demolition high reach to be supplied into Italy has been working on the demolition of a building complex at via Selva Candida in the outskirts of Rome
Portuguese power station faces decomissioning and demolition
A major decommissioning/demolition project will start in Barreiro, Portugal, with the removal of a 1970s vintage oil fired power station
Northern Irish tower block job for Armoury Group
Armoury Group has won a £0.5 million (US$0.8 million) contract to demolish a 16 storey tower block in Larne, County Antrim
UK's tallest high reach at work in Glasgow
Coleman & Co's 65 m modified Liebherr high reach is performing a unique demolition job in Glasgow, UK
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