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Don’t Rebuild The Florida Keys

Omri Ben-Shahar , Contributor reprinted from FORBES   Hurricane Irma devastated large portions of the Florida Keys—the 100-mile ribbon of low lying narrow islands connected by bridges to south Florida. The Keys, dense with tourist resorts [...]

Proposed ordinance may speed up demolition process in West Virginia

A proposed ordinance update in Huntington, West Virginia, may speed up the process of demolishing unsound vacant structures, a report by the Huntington Herald-Dispatch says. The ordinance, which went before Huntington City Council for a first [...]

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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 [...]

U.S. Might Not Have Enough Construction Workers to Rebuild Houston After Harvey

The disaster that is Tropical Storm Harvey is still ongoing. It will be some time before the waters recede and the effect on Houston can be fully assessed. But it is already clear the damage to [...]

EPA Enforcement Action Helps Protect Children in New Haven from Lead Paint Hazards

BOSTON – An EPA settlement with several affiliated property owners and property management company in New Haven, Conn. requires the company and their affiliates to identify and reduce lead paint hazards in residential rental properties they [...]

EPA Provides New Jersey with Nearly $ 1.2 Million to Assess Contaminated Sites and Oversee Superfund Cleanups

(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded close to $1.2 million to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to assess, investigate, track and oversee cleanup work at sites contaminated with hazardous substances. [...]

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. [...]

Hotel Wellington Annex Imploded

Crews imploded the former Wellington Hotel Annex in downtown Albany, New Your Saturday August 23rd, clearing the skyline of the 11-story vacant building. Congrats to CDI for a “colorful” implosion. Check out the video and you’ll [...]

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