World Demolition Awards shortlists announced

25 August 2017


Wda shortlist web

The awards take place on November 2

A total of 43 entries from 32 companies – including entrants from Brazil, Russia and Singapore – will contest the World Demolition Awards which take place in London, United Kingdom in just over two months’ time.

Now in their ninth year, the awards will be presented at the World Demolition Summit on Thursday November 2.

With 11 categories shortlisted it’s certain to be a tense, though enjoyable, evening for all concerned.

The full list of shortlisted companies is as follows:

Civils Demolition

  • Coleman Group
  • Delsan-AIM
  • Priestly Demolition

Collaboration in Demolition

  • Brandenburg Industrial Service Company
  • C&D Consultancy/777 Demolition
  • Erith Contractors

Contract of the Year under US $1 million

  • C&D Consultancy/Apex Group
  • Ceres New Zealand
  • Ginlee Construction
  • Priestly Demolition

Contract of the Year over US $1 million

  • Ceres New Zealand
  • Erith Contractors
  • Ferma Corporation
  • Rachel Contracting

Explosive Demolition

  • Cardem
  • Jet Demolition
  • Safedem

Industrial Demolition

  • DDM Demontage
  • Delsan-AIM
  • Erith Contractors
  • Raz-Max

Manufacturers’ Innovation, Plant and Equipment

  • XL Industries
  • Kocurek
  • Komatsu Europe
  • Red Rhino (5000 breaker only)

Manufacturers’ Innovation, Tools and Attachments

  • Demolition Resources Inc
  • Husqvarna Construction Products
  • LaBounty
  • MB Crusher
  • VTN Europe

Recycling and Environmental

  • Centro Clinico Sudoeste
  • Keltbray
  • Perfect Contracting
  • Priestly Demolition

Safety and Training

  • AR Demolition
  • Coleman Group
  • Erith Contractors
  • Perfect Contracting

Urban Demolition

  • Berg Corporation
  • Erith Contractors
  • Liberty Industrial
  • O’Keefe Demolition
  • Rye Demolition

The World Demolition Awards are organised by Demolition & Recycling International magazine in co-operation with the European Demolition Association and with the support of the US National Demolition Association. Headline sponsor is Volvo Construction Equipment. For more details, including sponsorships and delegate sales, please visit

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