demolition

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Synonyms for demolition

Synonyms for demolition

the act of demolishing

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But a structure's size doesn't neccessarily have to be a limiting factor when it comes to choosing between controlled demolition and its traditional counterpart.
Controlled demolition has people working more closely to the equipment, making noise and dust control important safety features, he says.
The trend toward controlled demolition is also putting a heightened emphasis on a machine's reach, according to Cory Gremonprez, excavator product manager with Volvo Construction Equipment North America Inc.
Dore & Associates of Bay City, Michigan, along with Controlled Demolition International, Inc.
Controlled demolition DG, reinforced concrete, coffin covers, frames, columns, walls - Festmasse_535 m3
He added: "A controlled demolition of the West Stand will continue.
A DIAMOND drilling, controlled demolition and sawing company is driving forward its plans for growth after investing in the future.
D-Drill has been trading for 45 years and has the UK's largest branch network in its sector, utilising the latest equipment in diamond drilling, sawing and controlled demolition technology.
A major structural failure in the service wing this year resulted in its controlled demolition, and the remaining sections of the buildings now require immediate and substantial repair if the hall is not to be lost forever.
Given the shocking speed and neatness, and the fact that the buildings were pulverized instead of falling in chunks, it appears they fell due to a controlled demolition.
One in two Americans has doubts about the government's account of 9/11 and, after viewing video footage of World Trade Center Building Ts collapse, 46% suspect that it was caused by a controlled demolition, reveals a national survey by the polling firm YouGov.
The tower has stood firm through rough winds from the North Sea and battled against rust since it was constructed in 1969 but it fell as part of a controlled demolition yesterday.
Parishioners had been praying that St Martin's Episcopal Church would not be destroyed during the controlled demolition.
The official explanation of the destruction of the Twin Towers and WTC 7 (a nearby building that also collapsed) contradicts all prior history: steel-frame high-rise buildings have never collapsed except when brought down by controlled demolition.
He questions whether it was really the work of terrorists; suggests that shadowy forces with advance knowledge of the plot played the stock market to profit from it; peddles the fantastic idea that eight of the 19 hijackers are alive and well; and hints that controlled demolition rather than fire or debris may be a more likely explanation for at least the collapse of the building at 7 World Trade Center, which was adjacent to the twin towers.
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