Your chance to enter for World Demolition Awards

By Steve Ducker06 April 2021

Entry forms for the World Demolition Awards 2021 are now available on the World Demolition Summit (WDS) website.

KHL World Demolition Awards entry form Civils Demolition You can download a World Demolition Awards entry form at the World Demolition Summit website, demolitionsummit.com/awards.html

The awards – a feature of the WDS since the first event in 2009 – recognise innovation and best practice in demolition and recycling, courtesy of an international judging panel with a combined total of more than 300 years’ experience.

Winners in 2020 included companies such as Veit & Company and Kiewit Infrastructure West from the USA, Canada’s Budget Demolition, McMahon Services and Delta Group of Australia, and Argentina-based Grupo Mitre.

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, as was the case with South African contractor Jet Demolition last year.

There is also a “New Entrant” award, for companies entering for the first time or after an absence of at least three years, which was won by Demex of Australia last November.

To enter for the 2021 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 of the Year under US$1 million
Contract of the Year US$1 million or over
Explosive Demolition 
Industrial Demolition
Innovation, Plant and Equipment
Innovation, Tools and Attachments
Recycling and Environmental
Safety and Training
Urban Demolition

The closing date for entries is Wednesday 30 June and the WDS including the awards ceremony will take place in Chicago, USA on October 20 and 21.

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