Published 3/10 at 11:12
Tunnels form vital traffic and railroad arteries across the United States, providing the backbone for people and goods to traverse challenging terrain. There are 541 highway tunnels in the nation, with the majority being between 60 to 110 years old, carrying an excess of 15.4M vehicles on an average day.
Published 28/9 at 14:08
Published 4/7 at 09:24
After more than two years of the physical absence of annual conventions there was finally time for the European Demolition Association to meet up, with the 2022 annual convention being held in the heart of Paris.
Published 4/7 at 09:17
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Lars-Göran Nilsson is one of the founders of the company Conjet AB, taking retirement at the turn of 2021. PDi Magazine’s Swedish sister publication, Professionell Demolering, was founded a few years after Conjet AB was formed, and has been able to follow the company's development for many years, especially in the US, where Conjet equipment has become well known.
Published 19/4 at 10:12
With more than 60 years in the property management industry, Drewlo Holdings has a knack for providing the high quality accommodation tenants want. In southwestern Ontario, the family owned company is synonymous with upscale apartment living, boasting more than 9,600 units throughout the area.
Published 19/4 at 10:05
Conjet AB, the global manufacturer of Automated Concrete Removal (ACR) robots, is committed to ensuring that its customers are successful with their projects as well as growing worldwide demand for hydrodemolition services.
Published 19/4 at 09:25
Published 11/3 at 08:35
With this expression, we could talk about many things. We could talk about the opportunities that exist today in the DDR sector, which is constantly evolving and in which innovation plays an increasingly important and predominant role.
Published 11/3 at 08:30
Published 27/12, 2021 at 12:37
Aquajet, a leading global manufacturer of hydrodemolition machines, has announced the release of its Ecosilence 3.0 that reduces noise and allows for a more compact jobsite while enhancing environmental stewardship and lowering overall operating costs.
Published 27/12, 2021 at 11:43
2022 is going to be a very exciting year for the European Demolition Association (EDA). After two blank years, we will once again be able to meet in person at the EDA Annual Convention 2022. This benchmark event for the demolition sector in Europe, will once again bring together numerous professionals from all corners of the continent.
Published 27/12, 2021 at 11:37
With the development and manufacture of high-pressure pumps and systems for industrial employment at its core, Kamat is an innovate and international company dedicated to making water usable as a tool and safely convey process media of all types using high pressure technology.
Published 27/12, 2021 at 11:35
On 11March 2022, Deutscher Abbruchverband e. V. – DA (German Demolition Association) is organising the Fachtagung Abbruch 2022 at the Station-Berlin, Luckenwalder Strasse, Berlin. This industrial monument, an old post office, is particularly suited to the demolition industry.
Published 24/11, 2021 at 16:36
To support expected economic growth, experts predict that massive global infrastructure investment will be needed between 2017 and 2035. The question arises however if the labour market will be able to support any investment.
Published 23/11, 2021 at 15:39
With decades of experience in new construction and commercial renovation, general contractor and construction manager Arguson Projects Inc. understood the logistical challenges posed by a multi-year, multimillion euro parking garage renovation project in Toronto’s East End.
Published 23/11, 2021 at 15:32
Concrete errors can wreak havoc on timetables and budgets. Thankfully, advances in robotic removal methods are making it so an improper pour doesn’t necessarily mean starting over. Here Keith Armishaw, business development manager for Aquajet North America, explains how to use hydrodemolition to fix five common concrete errors.
Published 23/11, 2021 at 15:29
There’s been a lot happening in the world of hydrodemolition, with what was once considered to be a revolutionary demolition technique, now being commonplace throughout the world. Its benefits are being utilised by contractors and companies in a variety of fields including construction, civil engineering, tunnelling, and of course, demolition. Here we take a look at some of the most recent developments and how they are benefitting the demolition industry.