TV channel seeks demolition challenges

By Lindsay Gale03 June 2009

TV channel National Geographic is looking for unusual, challenging or technically innovative demolition/deconstruction projects to feature in a series of programmes it is planning to film over coming months. Location is not an issue - they are looking for projects that will make interesting television.

According to co-producer Denise Prichard: "National Geographic Channel is in its fourth season of ‘Break it Down', a series about the deconstruction of large-scale buildings and machinery. We've taken apart everything from a Boeing 747 to the Miami Orange Bowl, and now we're looking for more things to take apart. If you have a large-scale demolition job that involves an interesting location, unique engineering or cutting-edge technology, please send us an email. We'd love to hear from you! Please contact: ngtbreakitdown@yahoo.com."

Alternatively, if you have a project that you think fits the bill, you can contact D&Ri and we will put you in touch with the right people.

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