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Exhibitor Booth registration has begun for Demolition 2015!
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Exhibitor Booth registration has begun for the 2015 Demolition Convention & Expo. See who is already signed up for this year’s event.
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New Disaster Response Group Names NDA Expert to Board
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Tom Stahr, Chair of the National Demolition Association's committee, represented the demolition industry at this year's meeting of The International Emergency Management Society, where the first official USA chapter was formed.
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Exhibitor Booth registration has begun for Demolition 2015!
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Exhibitor Booth registration has begun for the 2015 Demolition Convention & Expo. See who is already signed up for this year’s event.

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Plenty of light! Feds are selling off lighthouses
The Associated Press via Yahoo News
Lighthouses for sale! Actually, lots of lighthouses for free. Technological advances and a desire to purge unneeded properties have paved the way for the federal government to get rid of more than 100 lighthouses over the last 14 years, and it intends to keep selling and giving them away.

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Air Force to fund $17.3 millon demolition of old BAE site in Binghamton, New York
Press & Sun-Bulletin
The U.S. Air Force will fund the multimillion-dollar demolition of the old BAE Systems site at 600 Main St. in Binghamton, New York, a 600,000-square-foot facility that has sat vacant since it was ravaged by flooding three years ago.

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Residents, city officials praise demolition, revitalization efforts in Springfield, Massachusetts
MassLive
As the house came crumbling down Sept. 17 at 187 Pine St. in Springfield, Massachusetts, longtime neighborhood activist Linda Bartlett smiled and said she was looking forward to the next step in the war on blight. Bartlett, a resident in Maple Hill-Six Corners area, said she was pleased to see the blighted, fire-damaged building coming down, as one piece of a multineighborhood revitalization effort by city officials.
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Demolition underway at former Princeton University hospital site
Times of Trenton
Just about two hours after sunrise, demolition of the former University Medical Center in Princeton, New Jersey, began as crews begin dismantling a one-story hospital building closest to the parking garage on Henry Avenue. The entire process is expected to take four to six months to complete, weather permitting. When all of the hospital buildings are razed, developer AvalonBay plans to build 280 housing units — 56 affordable — in their place.
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Alliance Concrete removes structural concrete during 'greening' of Chicago's Navy Pier
ForConstructionPros.com
Navy Pier is considered one of Chicago's most historical and popular landmarks that the city has to offer. Currently the 98-year-old pier is being reimagined as it approaches its centennial anniversary in 2016. The goal: to convert it into a bolder, greener and more contemporary urban space. The redevelopment project has one very intricate task of cutting out and removing 56 sections of massive structural concrete slabs and beams directly over Lake Michigan. These concrete openings are being created for the installation of new recessed steel and concrete tree pits that range in size between 17 feet by 16 feet and as large as 17 feet by 28 feet.
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Demolition starts on old Fresno, California, building, clearing way for high-speed rail (The Fresno Bee)
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Most in industry face heightened OSHA injury reporting rules in January
Engineering News-Record
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration on Sept. 11 released new final requirements that expand the types of non-fatal injuries that most companies must report to the agency. Under the new severe-injuries-and-illness reporting requirements, which take effect Jan. 1, employers must notify OSHA within eight hours after a worker is killed on the job and within 24 hours after a worker suffers a work-related hospitalization, amputation or loss of an eye.
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Hyundai Construction Equipment adds to dealer network
Construction & Demolition Recycling
Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc., Norcross, Georgia, has named Martin Implement Sales to its dealer network. Martin Implement will provide sales and service of Hyundai material handling and earthmoving equipment from its dealership locations in Orland Park, South Elgin and Wauconda, Illinois. "Martin Implement is a long-standing and highly regarded, family-owned dealership well known for its personable customer service," says Kirk Gillette, general manager of Hyundai Construction Equipment. "With an admirable business model, Martin Implement is an exemplary addition to our dealer network."
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Market analyst: 3 years of constant growth for construction industry
ForConstructionPros.com
Overall, the construction industry is facing a lot of pent up demand that will translate into constant growth for the next three years, said Dave Zwicke, market intelligence director and senior regional economist for the Portland Cement Association. Zwicke gave his forecast at the recent AED/Infor Executive Forum held Sept. 18-19 in Rosemont, Illinois. As senior regional economist, Zwicke tracks and forecasts U.S. regional and state cement demand, construction trends and market conditions.
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New York recommends 22 properties for historic preservation
Democrat & Chronicle
New York state is recommending 22 properties to the state and National Registers of Historic Places. The properties include ones in Chemung, Ulster, Putnam, and Monroe counties. "These nominations highlight the diverse forces that have shaped New York's history," said Rose Harvey, commissioner of the state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, in a statement. "Listing these landmarks will give these physical reminders of our past the recognition and support they deserve."
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