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NFDC Yearbook 2018
 Welcome to the NFDC Yearbook 2018
 NFDC members win big at the World Demolition Summit 2017
Kocurek Excavators Ltd
The Coleman Group
Erith scoop four at The World Demolition Awards 2017
The World Demolition Summit awards proved a hugely successful event for NFDC members, the Erith Group, as they were successful in a remarkable four of the prestigious categories they were nominated in.
The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has today revealed its bold new strategy and proposals for its future offer – Vision 2020: The Future CITB.
 Federation news - State of the industry
Welcome to the 5th NFDC members survey. Political uncertainty post-Brexit and the plunging value of the pound have taken their toll on the British economy. We wanted to know how the demolition and recycling industry was weathering the storm.
- What trends are affecting the sector?
- What do NFDC members predict for the coming months?
- Are they confident enough to make investment plans or are they waiting for the dust to settle?
- What major obstacles have they experienced in meeting recycling targets?
- How can clients and contractors make the process easier?
 Features - The future is circular
When people think of demolition, another industry often isn’t far from their minds, waste, but will
What clients need to know.
 Member projects - Technology, strength & versatility; partnered for your success
2017 has been a significant year for Komatsu. We celebrated 30 years since the opening of the Komatsu UK factory in North East England. Back then we were driven by our determination to understand and respond promptly to the demands of our customers at a local level, and nothing has changed.
 NFDC Talks
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Featured articles and news
How Paul Williams bent over backwards to overcome racial barriers.
Organisation revises actions around dealing with COVID-19.
CIOB, NFCC, RIBA, RICS call for changes ahead of Building Safety Bill.
Developments in the Future Homes Standard.
An American chimney feature with a colourful past.
Homes based on need, not ability to pay.
Historic England adds 216 entries to the 'at risk' register.
Will cycling and walking provisions be preserved?
Assembly point levels range from relative to ultimate.
Signs are pointing to a recovery for the construction industry.
Campaigning to change perceptions about American Brutalism.
Sprinkler head configurations can prioritise people or property.
Report from The Carbon Project reveals shortcomings and recommendations.
Advice on how to join the electrotechnical profession.