Venue and date for 2010 Demolition Summit announced

By Lindsay Gale10 March 2010

The Okura Hotel in Amsterdam on 5th November, 2010, will once again be the venue for the 2010 annual World Demolition Summit, incorporating the World Demolition Awards, which was launched in 2009 to general industry acclaim.

Once again, the event will feature a top-class one day technical conference that will feature leading industry speakers who will address topics of major concern to the modern demolition industry, as well as a number of detailed reports covering some of the most challenging demolition projects undertaken around the world in recent months.

The conference programme is currently under development and details will be announced shortly. For more information and to register for this industry event, go to

The World Demolition Awards gala dinner that will be held in the evening of Friday 5th November will once again celebrate all that is best in the industry, with individual awards recognising best practice across a range of categories judged by a panel of industry experts from around the world.

The closing date for entries to the Awards is Friday 30th July, 2010, and no entries will be accepted after this date. For further information on the Awards and to download entry forms, follow the link below or go to

The World Demolition Summit promises to be one of the leading industry events of the year, with attendees from the demolition industry around the world -contractors and equipment suppliers alike. I look forward to once again welcoming you to Amsterdam, the Hotel Okura and the World Demolition Summit.

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