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Worker Dies During Demolition. Co-Worker Describes the Scene

A contractor has died after an accident at a demolition project owned by BASF. According to local media, the worker was fatally injured after a tank fell on him. The contractor was working for Remedial Service [...]

EPA Enforcement Actions Help Protect Vulnerable Communities Across the Country from Lead-Based Paint Health Hazards

EPA Enforcement Actions Help Protect Vulnerable Communities Across the Country from Lead-Based Paint Health Hazards WASHINGTON (October 27, 2017) – As part of Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced 127 [...]

COMING SOON

DEMOLITION FORUM UPGRADES AND NEW FEATURES COMING SOON!

Over the next several months we will be upgrading and adding new valued features to Demolition Forum with the goal of making DF the go-to venue for the industry. In the interim excuse some of the [...]

HAZMAT INFO AND BIDS COMING SOON asbestos/lead/mold etc

We will be publishing news, information and open bids for HAZMAT services in the near future!

Public, Private Partnership Promotes Safety During LaGuardia Airport Redevelopment Project

NEW YORK, NY – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Skanska Walsh Joint Venture have entered into a strategic partnership to enhance workplace safety and health for approximately 1,600 employees [...]

Cranes and Derricks Operators Certification get Another Extension

  Summary Under OSHA’s standard for cranes and derricks used in construction work, crane operators are to be certified by November 10, 2017. Until that date, employers also have duties under the standard to ensure that [...]

OPEN BIDS REQUESTED is now active

20 NEW OPEN DEMOLITION BIDS POSTED WEEKLY

ENTRAM CORP PURCHASES DEMOLITION FORUM!

Entram Corp d/b/a  Envirobidnet.com has purchased Demolition Forum and will bring new features and upgrades to DF. Our goal is to make DF the go-to venue for demolition news and services.

FORT CUSTER MI HISTORIC BARRACKS COMING DOWN

Camp Custer was built in 1917 for military training during World War I. Named after Civil War cavalry officer General George Armstrong Custer, the facility trained or demobilized more than 100,000 troops during World War I. [...]

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