Keltbray duo complete WDS speaker line up

By Steve Ducker14 September 2016

At this year's World Demolition Summit, Dave Rowe and Jim O'Sullivan of leading UK contractor Keltbr

At this year's World Demolition Summit, Dave Rowe and Jim O'Sullivan of leading UK contractor Keltbray will be updating delegates on the latest developments at the demolition of London's Earl's Court

Dave Rowe and Jim O’Sullivan, technical manager and technical director respectively at the leading United Kingdom contractor Keltbray, are the final speakers confirmed for this year’s World Demolition Summit in Miami, USA.

The pair will be updating delegates on progress with the company’s demolition of London’s Earl’s Court exhibition centres at the summit, which takes place on Friday October 14.

They complete an international line up of high profile and experienced presenters from both sides of the Atlantic, which also includes Tim Barker (Aecom), Mike Casbon (ERM), Brian Hornyak (Sabre Demolition), Mike Kehoe (C&D Consultancy), Ahmed Amir Khalil (Applied Science International) and Roberto Folchi (Nitrex), Hiroshi Konno (Akashigumi), Dr Jan Kupec (Aurecon Group), Mark Lies (Seyfarth Shaw) and Joe Rizzo (Cherry Companies).

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

For full details of the programme, which includes presentations on health and safety, demolition projects and other developments in the industry, please visit

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