Double Win for Liberty Industrial at World Demolition Awards
Liberty Industrial take out the Industrial Demolition category and the overall 2014 Demolition Award at this year’s World Demolition Awards
Amsterdam, 6 Nov 2014 – Liberty Industrial have taken out both the Industrial Demolition Award along with the overall 2014 World Demolition Award for the demanding deconstruction of a smelting facility in Kwinana, Western Australia.
In addition to the Industrial Demolition category win, Liberty Industrial were awarded the highest accolade a demolition contractor could receive, taking out the 2014 World Demolition Award, an award recognising the best of the best across all 2014 award categories.
“This Award is intended to recognise the single entry from all those submitted in a given year that the judges consider shows the demolition industry at its very best” said Lindsay Gale of Demolition & Recycling International.
“To have taken the 2014 World Demolition Award in its first year of existence is a true testament to your company’s capabilities”.
Liberty Industrial’s Directors Clinton Dick and Simon Gill were presented the award at this year’s World Demolition Awards held at the NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam. The annual event celebrating global excellence in the demolition industry.
Clinton and Simon would like to congratulate all who were involved with the project. “We’re humbled to receive this prestigious award” said Clinton Dick. “We congratulate everyone on our project team for this outstanding achievement” ” added Simon Gill.
The first Australian company to reach the finals of the World Demolition Awards when their Boodarie HBI Demolition project was shortlisted in 2012, Liberty Industrial is now the first Australian company to have won a World Demolition Award.
The award winning HIsmelt Closure Project, which has only recently come to a close, was delivered safely and sustainably with optimal outcomes delivered for all project stakeholders. The ground breaking dismantling and salvage operation was hugely successful with around forty percent of the plant methodically deconstructed and transported to China for reuse. Innovative asset and resource recovery solutions saw 108,000 tonnes of material recycled.
The awards see Liberty Industrial recognised on the world stage, with the project testament to the fact that they’re a world class industrial deconstruction contractor. The wins highlights their industry leadership and showcases their ability to deliver world class industrial deconstruction and closure projects.