Demolition News

Shocking Bid Results! $1Million Difference

Bids are in for the demolition of the Brantly Steam Station and pump house in Danville, Virgina: a project that has been in city’s drawing board for about 10 years. Despite pre-bid interest from about a [...]

Historic Church Demolished for New Falcons Staduim

After weeks of clearing asbestos from inside the sanctuary, crews have begun tearing down historic Friendship Baptist Church to make way for the new Atlanta Falcons stadium. Before a new $1 billion new Falcons stadium can [...]

Iconic Silos Ready for Demolition

Demolition of the silos is set to begin this week. The 15-acre property once owned by Ralston-Purina, was bought by the University of Louisville Foundation in late 2013 from a DuPont subsidiary that last used it [...]

WMU Starts Demolition on East Hall

Western Michigan University has begun demolition on the south wing of East Hall. Both of the building’s wings, which were added in 1908 and 1909, will be razed ahead of that process. Crews expect to have [...]

InnerBelt Bridge Dropped

The people in Cleveland, Ohio have said a dramatic goodbye to the old InnerBelt Bridge along Interstate 90. The giant structure that carried traffic over the Cuyahoga River for 55 years was demolished. The structure was [...]

Former Reynolds Metals Plant Demolition Starts

A historical piece of the Longview, Washington skyline has started to disappear. Demolition of the former Reynolds Metals Co. smelter site on the Columbia River has begun with the first of three pot line buildings coming [...]

Homrich Starts Demolition of Former Hotel

The Southwyck Mall in Toledo, Ohio closed in 2008 and was torn down the following year. The land where it sat has been empty ever since. The vacant property has been blamed for the blight that [...]

Old Innerbelt Bridge Implosion Date Set

The Ohio Department of Transportation and Trumbull-Great Lakes-Ruhlin say a controlled explosive demolition of the steel skeleton of the 1959 Innerbelt Bridge will take place at first light on Saturday morning July 12. Controlled demolition will [...]

$1Million Dollar Fine for Dumping Asbestos

Two companies accused of charging customers thousands of dollars for removal of asbestos-contaminated materials from their homes and buildings and then illegally dumping or abandoning the waste in Arapahoe and Weld counties have pleaded guilty to [...]

Demolition of Paducah Facility Continues

Demolition is continuing on the last of 32 inactive facilities scheduled to be removed at the former nuclear enrichment facility in Paducah, Kentucky. The DOE’s C-410 complex is roughly the size of four football fields and [...]

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