Zero hour approaches

By Lindsay Gale29 October 2015

Next Friday will see the 2015 World Demolition Summit take place at the Krasnapolski Hotel in Amsterdam. The technical conference programme is complete, the Awards are ready for collection and preparations at KHL's Wadhurst headquarters are almost finalised.

Approaching 300 persons will be in the audience on the night to see the worthy winners collect their 'gongs' in recogniton of the expertise and professionalism they have displayed in carrying out a range of demolition projects around the world.

The audience itself will be testimony to the fully international nature of the Awards and the Summit, with delegates coming from the four corners of the globe. The event has firmly established itself as a leading fixture in the demolition industry calendar and we are confident that the date and venue for the 2016 event, due to be announced on the night, should see the World Demolition Summit gain even more success.

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