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April 21 2010

Govan looks up as Broomloan Court comes down
Three redundant multi’s at Broomloan Court, Govan, are proving no match for Britain’s tallest demolition crane.

The 213ft crane towers above the 21 storey blocks and is slowly eating away at the concrete structures, floor by floor.

Coleman & Co have been appointed as contractors on the operation, the first tower block demolition of the new decade in Glasgow.

It won’t be the last either with the first of eight blocks being prepped for demolition to the north of the city, whilst two blocks at Plean Street to the west and a further two at Norfolk Court, Gorbals, also await their fate.

Rubble generated from the demolition process will be used as aggregate, in the local area where possible.

Image taken by jozefK

1 Comment

ER Gilchrist
#1 Posted by ER Gilchrist on 21 Apr 2010 at 11:54 AM
too bad they didn't implode them, there goes where I called home for the first 17 years of my life.. Used to live there, share your memories
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