Category Archives: Latest News for Members

‘Oar-inspiring’ effort sees Erith and others raise over £35k for local charity

Written on May 24, 2018 at 10:00 am, by

The Erith Group were delighted to support Greenwich-based charity, The Ahoy Centre, in their annual ‘50km in a day’ challenge. This past Saturday’s event saw nine nautical newcomers to rowing take to the River Thames and race each other from the Meridian line to the QE2 Bridge and back again. After a gruelling four hours,  Continue Reading »

Support Trailwalker 2018

Written on April 12, 2018 at 9:06 am, by

For the second year running Dylan Lovelock MIDE has put together a team to raise money for the Gurkha Trust. Dylan who has been a member of the IDE since 2012 has been dedicating his time to this very worthwhile challenge which involves a team of four people hiking 100km across the South Downs within  Continue Reading »

Spring Seminar 23rd February 2018: Royal Armouries Leeds

Written on March 5, 2018 at 11:34 am, by

The Institute of Demolition Engineers returned to their traditional Spring Seminar location of the Leeds Royal Armouries for yet another sell out event.  Both in terms of companies wanting to show off their products and industry professionals attending for the excellent range of speakers, the venue was packed yet again. President David Darsey welcomed everyone  Continue Reading »

IDE Christmas Closure

Written on December 14, 2017 at 10:59 am, by

An Evening with George Clarke

Written on October 27, 2017 at 1:18 pm, by

On Monday 16th October Council of Management member Mark Jack was invited to represent the IDE at Wolverhampton University where he attended an Evening with George Clarke. The Event was held in the University of Wolverhampton’s newly refurbished Chancellor’s Hall, within the iconic Wulfruna Building.  Attending the event were Architectural firms, education providers, Local Government  Continue Reading »

Demolition Degree: Second Intake

Written on October 11, 2017 at 10:21 am, by

Wolverhampton University have announced that they are currently taking enquiries for the second intake of this popular course For more information click here and to register your interest please contact the following: David Oloke – D.A.Oloke@wlv.ac.uk Neelam Padda – Neelam.Padda@wlv.ac.uk Paul Hampton – p.hampton@wlv.ac.uk  

Autumn Seminar 2017

Written on October 10, 2017 at 1:01 pm, by

The Royal Institute of Civil Engineers, at One Great George Street, again hosted the Autumn Seminar for the Institute of Demolition Engineers. The venue hosted a full day of interesting speakers combined with networking opportunities and stands from leaders in the supply of equipment, attachments and services to the industry Opening a sell-out event, IDE  Continue Reading »

IDE and NFDC London & Southern Counties Golf Day 2017

Written on September 26, 2017 at 10:16 am, by

Over 30 keen Golfers attended this year’s Golf Day on 15th September 2017. This is the first time the IDE have organised a joint Golf Day with the NFDC with a mixture of handicaps taking to the beautiful greens at the prestigious international London Golf Club near Brands Hatch. As with previous years, the weather  Continue Reading »

First UK Demolition Degree gets off the ground

Written on September 4, 2017 at 3:36 pm, by

The University of Wolverhampton has officially launched the first Demolition Management Master’s degree in the UK – and a local businessman is one of the first to sign up for the course. Richard Dolman, Director at Nuneaton based AR Demolition, is enrolling on the course which starts in September at the University’s School of Architecture  Continue Reading »

Midlands Regional Meeting 15 August 2017

Written on August 18, 2017 at 10:03 am, by

Tuesday evening, 15th August,  saw over 25 IDE members and guests gather at the Oak Hotel, Hockley Heath, Birmingham for an evening sponsored by DSM Demolition Limited and hosted by Robin Powell FIDE.  Robin Powell welcomed everyone to the meeting and commented that he was pleased to see so many people in attendance.  The evening  Continue Reading »