HURON, OHIO — Boy Gets Wish, Helps Demolish Building in Huron. The implosion went off without a hitch.
INDIANAPOLIS - In less than 14 seconds, a north side Indianapolis eyesore became history Sunday morning.
WEST PALM BEACH — It could be a scene out of a disaster flick: the implosion of a 30-story tower in a metropolis' downtown.
Who we are
Eric Kelly has been demolishing buildings for over 30 years. He and his wife Lisa have destroyed thousands of buildings and boast a perfect safety record. In the world of explosive demolition where things can go terribly wrong, every job could be their last.
WHAT WE DO
As an internationally renowned explosives demolition company, Advanced Explosives Demolition Inc. (AED) provides an alternative to conventional demolition. Combining over thirty years of "High and Hazardous" demolition and implosion experience; AED is world renown for providing property owners and contractors the best "bang for the buck"!
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
- According to Director of Buildings of Toronto...
"We greatly benefited from your experience and advice (this was) downtown Toronto's first demolition by implosion. The Municipality had not previously agreed to permit an implosion of any buildings within the built-up core area of the City. The event was a success. This experience will allow us to revise our procedures in an effort to streamline the approval process (for a future implosion project)."
- People are still amazed...
"On behalf of St. Lucy's parishioners and in my own name, I wish to express our profound gratitude for the magnificent work you did in the demolition of Columbus Homes. It was a perfect job. We are not accustomed to such a professional conduct. People are still amazed at how smoothly everything went. So many were concerned about the safety of the Church. They were extremely happy to hear that the statues did not move and windows and walls did not crack in this 102 year old church, only 50' from the implosion."
- Larry Peterson says...
"The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources experienced an extremely rapid failure of a 100-year-old railroad bridge. When I was called in to assist with the emergency (the bridge) was moving at a rate of approximately two to three inches per day. The consensus of a group of bridge engineers was that the bridge was failing too rapidly to attempt any kind of stabilization (and that) the bridge would collapse within a matter of days. I contacted three firms. Eric Kelly agreed to complete (the job) within two days. Their quick emergency response was greatly appreciated. They quickly took charge of the project and applied their considerable expertise in demolition of steel structures. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources would like to thank Eric Kelly for his quick response and exemplary work in an emergency situation."