Awards Shortlist – Civils Demolition

15 October 2017

Judges: Henrik Bonnesen, Cowi, Denmark; Patrick Frye, Cardem, France; Bill Moore, ERM, USA

Coleman & Company (United Kingdom)

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Coleman’s project at the Waterloo International Terminal is one of three candidates fighting out the Civils award

Project – Waterloo International Terminal

Client – Network Rail Wessex Capacity Alliance (Skanska, Colas, Mott MacDonald, AECOM)

Coleman & Company was appointed the demolition contractor of choice for Network Rail’s flagship, £600 million (US $776 million) development of Waterloo International Terminal in London, United Kingdom.

The live station provides transport and connections throughout London, the UK and Europe, with a footfall of 200,000 passengers each day.

Delsan-AIM (Canada)

Project – CN Tunnel Dismantlement

Client – KPH Turcot

Dismantlement occurred within the right-of-way of an important CN transportation corridor with four railway tracks remaining in use during the project. The work was performed in accordance with detailed engineering procedures, closely coordinated with CN operations in order to protect existing infrastructures, while maintaining train traffic and ensuring the safety of all personnel.

Priestly Demolition (Canada)

Project – Port Severn Bridge Demolition

Client – Looby Construction

Priestly Demolition was contracted by Looby Construction to demolish two highway 400 bridge structures over the Trent Severn waterway. The bridge construction consisted of one 88 m (290 ft) by two-lane bridge with concrete encased steel truss arches with a concrete deck. The second bridge was a 30 m (100 ft) long two-lane wide poured in place concrete bridge.

The World Demolition Awards are part of the World Demolition Summit, which takes place in London, UK on Thursday November 2. The event 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.

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