Final call for D&Ri100 entries

13 April 2017

Thank you to all the demolition contractors worldwide who have submitted entries for this year’s D&Ri100.

The D&Ri100 is the most comprehensive listing of demolition contractors by turnover and it is eagerly awaited by our readers.

Entry forms went out to companies on the existing database in February, with a deadline of today.

If you received one and haven’t yet completed and returned it, please do so as soon as possible. If you didn’t receive one, you can still get one if you contact D&Ri today, or you can supply the relevant information by email and it will still be used.

The email address in both cases is

Submitting your entry could not be easier, and only takes a few minutes of your time to be part of something that will be a source of reference for the following 12 months.

Just supply your 2016 turnover from demolition related activities only in the relevant space on the editable pdf form, together with up to 100 words of supporting editorial covering recent projects, and your contact details.

You are also welcome to supply photographs and/or links to video of demolition projects your company has been involved in.

Even if you do not have the 2016 turnover figure available yet, we will still accept a reasonable estimate, or your actual turnover from 2015 if that is the most recent figure available.

However, please make sure you tick the appropriate box on the form or state this in your email so we know which figure is being declared.

The D&Ri100 will be published in the May-June issue of Demolition & Recycling International, as well as online.

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