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World Demolition Summit announces 2014 speakers


Winners of the World Demolition Awards to be announced during Nov. 6 event in Amsterdam.

CDR Staff July 8, 2014
The 2014 World Demolition Summit, held in association with the European Demolition Association (EDA), will be held Nov. 6, at the Krasnapolsky Grand Hotel in Amsterdam, comprising a day-long conference followed by the World Demolition Awards.
Presentations will include reports on the deconstruction and demolition of the HISmelt pig iron plant in Kwinana, Australia, by Simon Gill of Liberty Industrials; decommissioning the former Bethlehem Steel Sparrow Point plant in Maryland by David Mardigian of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan-based MCM Management Corp; and the demolition of the UK Ministry of Defence’s Upper Harbour Ammunition Facility outside Gosport, U.K., by Michael Corridan of Micor.
The full program is available at www.demolitionsummit.com/conference. Other papers covering a number of high profile projects from around the world are awaiting confirmation, organizers say.
Program manager say the 2014 World Demolition Conference will build on the success of the five previous years’ gatherings with a program made up of a mix of reports detailing how some of the most challenging demolition projects from around the world were successfully carried out, along with papers covering more general topics of specific interest to the world’s demolition industry.
The summit is targeted towards contractors, but will also appeal to other stakeholders in the industry including consultants and engineers, clients, those involved in the demolition equipment industry such as manufacturers, dealers, trade associations and many others.
The deadline for the award entries is July 31. More information is available at www.demolitionsummit.com.
The World Demolition Summit is created and organized by KHL Group and Demolition & Recycling International, in partnership with the European Demolition Association (EDA).


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