C&D announces major expansion plans

first_imgOne of two C&D projects shortlisted for the World Demolition Awards taking place this month“We have taken the bold step of employing two structural engineers – both of whom are also demolition engineers – to cover the increase in demand as well as a fully qualified asbestos surveyor to carry out refurbishment and demolition asbestos surveys for our clients at the outset.“We feel that the additional services will strengthen our offering to clients as they will be able to go to a ‘one stop shop’ for all of their demolition concerns.”The shortlisted entries at the World Demolition Awards are in the Collaboration category, for the demolition of a cable car station on the island of Jersey, and in Explosive Demolition for a project involving a redundant coke hopper and structure at British Steel in the north of England. C&D managing director Mike KehoeManaging director Mike Kehoe said: “This year has seen an increase in the number of projects where our clients have initially employed us to carry out demolition consultancy and then added to our scope of work by requesting structural engineering services, temporary works services and asbestos removal advice.“I think this is the right time to offer those key services as part of our consultancy all the time.#*#*Show Fullscreen*#*# Following a successful 12 months of major project awards and a shortlisting in two categories of the 2019 World Demolition Awards, C&D Demolition Consultants has announced additional services to strengthen its portfolio of demolition related services.#*#*Show Fullscreen*#*#last_img read more

NCAA Tennis Championships Blog: Day Three

first_img The West Florida women’s tennis defeated Drury 5-0 in the Round of 16 (Photo by UWF Athletic Communications)   Blog Day OneBlog Day TwoSURPRISE, Ariz. – This is the West Florida men’s and women’s Division II Tennis Championships blog. Check back throughout the day for updates. The Photo Gallery for the trip has now been made public. Updates will be posted throughout the day. Be sure to follow twitter.com/GoArgos, facebook.com/GoArgos and instagram.com/GoArgos for additional updates. 8:30 p.m. MT – The women’s team defeated Drury 5-0 to advance to the quarterfinals tomorrow at 1 p.m. MT. Check out the recap here.3:20 p.m. MT – The men’s recap has been posted here. Still no updates on the women’s match, will likely begin 30 minutes after the conclusion of the Hawaii Pacific/NYIT match. Live stats for the women’s match will be available after the HP/NYIT match here. 2:30 p.m. MT – The teams are back at the hotel awaiting the start of the women’s match. The women’s match will likely be delayed from its scheduled 4 p.m. MT start. More details will be posted as soon as they are available.1:00 p.m. MT – The men’s team won 5-0 over Bluefield State. Box Score The team is headed to lunch, and then the women’s team will play at 4 p.m. MT, 6 p.m. CT. Full recaps to come later this evening.11:50 a.m. MT – The men’s tennis team took a 3-0 lead over Bluefield State after doubles.9:45 a.m. MT – The Photo Gallery for the trip has now been made public.9 a.m. MT – The teams is on the way to the Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex. You can find Match Notes here. Live stats will be available here. The full bracket can be found here.8:45 a.m. MT – The men’s team is about to leave the hotel for their Round of 16 match against Bluefield State. Will post updates with live stats links and more information shortly.    Print Friendly Version Sharecenter_img NCAA Tennis Championships Blog: Day Threelast_img read more