February 14, 2022 | by: NDA
David Gaines, general superintendent for the St. Louis-based Spiritas Wrecking Company, explained that the days of using a wrecking ball for a job like this are long past.
February 10, 2022 | by: NDA
A relative had seen a flyer promoting a minority contractor fair that would be taking place. McKinney flew back home to attend it.
February 04, 2022 | by: NDA
Almost 55 years after it opened and 2½ years after it closed, the sprawling IRS data processing facility will soon cease to exist.
February 03, 2022 | by: NDA
Two major continental demolition associations are to host webinars on Wednesday 9 February.
Scott Laird is not the first chair of the US National Demolition Association (NDA) convention committee to start a new year focused on the upcoming event.
January 27, 2022 | by: NDA
The decommissioning of Arizona’s landmark Navajo Generating Station serves as a model for successful community outreach and planning.
January 26, 2022 | by: NDA
Construction and demolition industry insiders discuss the possible effects of U.S. infrastructure projects on their industries moving forward.
January 21, 2022 | by: NDA
Following the news of Roger Homrich's passing in December, the European Demolition Association sent a letter of condolence from EDA President Francisco Cabo on behalf of the Association.
January 13, 2022 | by: NDA
Millions of jobs were added to the economy, but there were not millions of workers available to fill those jobs. This resulted in the most severe labor shortage in over 50 years
January 03, 2022 | by: NDA
Tons of building materials, computers, electronics, household goods, appliances, and furniture unnecessarily enter the landfill. Consider donating today!
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