Demolition & Recycling International - July-August 2018
Didcot A demolition timetable finalised; industry expert calls for new
world standard; Molson acquires Finlay Group; Hitachi Construction
Machinery (Europe) opens renovated excavator factory; surge in awards
entries for World Demolition Summit; new appointments at Hyundai
and Perkins; Red Dot design prize for Keestrack R3e impact crusher.
John Garrison, president and CEO of Terex Corporation and Kieran
Hegarty of Terex Materials Processing talk about company strategy.
Weighing up the options: D&Ri looks at the latest demolition projects
featuring excavators as the range of their involvement continues to
increase. Including case studies from Germany and the Netherlands.
By offering multiple options for a single product, attachments have
established a secure place in modern demolition. We track developments.
As global demolition assignments become more complex, so do the
tasks facing the demolition supply chain. Richard Vann spotlights the
10 largest hurdles in modern projects and how to overcome them.
Even a capital city's most affluent districts can contain derelict buildings
needing demolition and basement excavation. That was the challenge
facing Erith Contractors at 4-6 Stanhope Gate in Mayfair, London.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
The revised Construction (Design and Management) regulations of
2015 are still causing uncertainty in the industry, says Neil Richardson.
Catching up with some of this year's contractor listing successes.