Awards entry process enters final stages

11 June 2020

There are just over two weeks to go now until entries close for the World Demolition Awards 2020.

Contractors and equipment manufacturers have until June 30 to send in their submissions for these prestigious industry awards.

These are difficult and worrying times for the demolition and recycling industries, but you can still promote your company by putting forward projects or products started, completed or launched between 1 July 2019 and 30 June 2020.

World Demolition Awards 2019 winners, Boston, USA

World Demolition Awards winners 2019 on stage in Boston, USA

The categories are:

  • Civils Demolition
  • Collaboration in Demolition
  • Contract of the Year under US$1 million
  • Contract of the Year US$1 million or over
  • Explosive Demolition
  • Industrial Demolition
  • Manufacturer Innovation Plant and Equipment
  • Manufacturer Innovation Tools and Attachments
  • Recycling and Environmental
  • Safety and Training
  • Urban Demolition.

You can download an entry form from the Awards section of the World Demolition Summit at or alternatively please contact me at stating which categories you are interested in entering and I will send you the relevant forms.

With less than five weeks to go until the deadline, this is the ideal time to start thinking about which projects or products to submit for the 2020 Awards.

The World Demolition Awards are part of the World Demolition Summit, which is organised by Demolition & Recycling International in co-operation with the European Demolition Association and with the support of the National Demolition Association of the USA.

The headline sponsor is Volvo Construction Equipment. Shortlists will be announced in August with the awards themselves taking place on Thursday November 12. Because of the ongoing disruption caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, this will be a live online event starting at 3pm UK time.


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