One week left to enter for World Demolition Awards

With the 30 June closing date for entries to the World Demolition Awards 2022 now just one week away, you need to download your entry form if you have not already done so.

Part of the World Demolition Summit since the first event in 2009, the awards celebrate innovation and best practice among demolition contractors and equipment manufacturers.

World Demolition Awards 2021 Award winners and presenters on stage at the World Demolition Awards in Chicago, USA. (Photo: D&RI magazine)

As well as the individual awards (categories listed below), an overall “Best of the Best” World Demolition Award winner will be chosen by the judges. The New Entrant Award will also be presented on the night.

To enter for the 2022 World Demolition Awards, please click on the link to the relevant category and download your entry form.

Alternatively, please email steve.ducker@khl.com to request a form.

Civils Demolition
Collaboration in Demolition
Contract over US$1 million
Contract under US$1 million
Explosive Demolition
Industrial Demolition
Manufacturer Innovation, Plant and Equipment
Manufacturer Innovation, Tools and Attachments
Recycling and Environmental
Safety and Training
Urban Demolition

Shortlists will be announced in August and the WDS including the awards ceremony will take place in Vienna, Austria on 16 and 17 November. The WDS is organised by Demolition & Recycling International in co-operation with the European Demolition Association and the US National Demolition Association. Headline sponsor is Volvo Construction Equipment.

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