Demolition

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demolition

[‚dem·ə′lish·ən]
(civil engineering)
The act or process of tearing down a building or other structure.
(ordnance)
Destroying a structure or an area by the use of explosives.

Demolition

The intentional destruction of all or a part of a structure; may include removal of structural elements, partitions, mechanical equipment, and electrical equipment and wiring.

What does it mean when you dream about demolition?

A sense of major changes in one’s life, for better or for worse. A breakdown of old ways of doing things. Alternatively, a sense of being scattered and chaotic.

demolition

The systematic destruction of a building, all or in part.
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Using the machine inside is a relatively new development, fueled by the trend toward controlled demolition, says Komatsu product specialist David Caldwell.
Almost 7 hours after the collapse of the second World Trade Center Building located 350 feet away from the North Tower, WTCB #7 also collapsed into its own footprint, displaying all the characteristics of a controlled demolition.
Earlier in his blog, Mahathir said that he had watched a three-hour video showing the attack, and suggested that the World Trade Centre and surrounding buildings collapsed due to controlled demolition.
The Magneto Inductance (MI) version of the RAMS can initiate remotely controlled demolition items through natural or man-made structures where RF signals cannot travel.
While this has always been the case, ADHA is now undertaking the controlled demolition of an element of its old brand and replacing it with a better one.
For example, one contributor argues that the only explanation for the behavior of the two World Trade Center towers was controlled demolition but utterly fails to explain how such a complex operation could have been carried out in such high-traffic buildings, while another asserts that the film and photos of the impact of the planes into the towers must have been faked and yet fails to suggest how this could have been done and why eyewitnesses to the crashes, of which there at least thousands, failed to note any discrepancies.
Controlled demolition by means of ultra-high reach equipment is making believers out of some of the most unlikely converts.
The report "found no corroborating evidence for alternative hypotheses suggesting that the WTC were brought down by controlled demolition using explosives planted prior to September 11, 2001.
Taking the bridge apart using controlled demolition required less time and was safer and more cost effective than manual disassembly," says Parker.
Implosion was a last resort, said Ray Zukowski, field operations manager for Controlled Demolition Inc.
But most demolition professionals know that implosions bring down less than 1 percent of all buildings and that the wrecking ball is becoming rarer in demolition projects in favor of controlled demolition.
The third building, WTC 7, was even more clearly a controlled demolition.

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