American Demolition Media

Appetite for Deconstruction

Detroit has been demolishing about 200 vacant houses per week since December 2014, with a goal to take down 6,000 houses in one year. Much of the demolition work is concentrated in about 20...

Iconic L.A. Buildings That Were Saved From Demolition

Los Angeles is probably more full of stories of loss – historic buildings demolished – than stories of preservation. Many structures that are threatened never get a fighting chance, fall into irreversible disrepair, and are...

$5B American Dream Becoming Real in N.J.

Promising to redefine the entertainment, leisure and shopping experience, American Dream Meadowlands may soon become a reality in East Rutherford, N.J. The $5 billion development, which has been in the works for years, is...

Former Grossman’s building collapses in Schenectady

SCHENECTADY — The former Grossman’s building on Erie Boulevard, which was slated for demolition to make way for a gas station, partially collapsed on Tuesday. A section of the old rail freight depot fell shortly before 8...

Fuchs adds to North American dealer network

Fuchs, with North American headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky,  has announced the appointment of Hoffman Equipment, headquartered in Piscataway, New Jersey, as the authorized Fuchs distributor for 11 counties in southern New York, the entire...

Appetite for Deconstruction

Detroit has been demolishing about 200 vacant houses per week since December 2014, with a goal to take down 6,000 houses in one year. Much of the demolition work is concentrated in about 20...