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safety issue at hand.
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The following is matchence information on the National
Demolition Association which can provide you additional details about the
National Demolition Association
16 N. Franklin Street, Suite
Doylestown, PA 18901-3536
Phone: (215)348-4949 or
The National Demolition Association is a non-profit
trade organization representing more than 900 U.S. and Canadian
companies which offer standard demolition services, as well as a full
range of demolition-related services and products. Its educational
efforts help members stay abreast of regulatory and safety matters and
keep regulators informed about issues facing their industry. In addition
the National Demolition Association is dedicated to increasing public
awareness of the industry, as well as providing members with information
on the latest technical advances in equipment and services.
Learn more about the association:
Careers in Demolition
The National Demolition Association supports a campaign
that encourages young people to consider the advantages of choosing the
demolition industry as a career choice.
"The NDA receives daily inquiries from students who are interested in
learning more about our fascinating business," said Michael R. Taylor,
NDA executive director. "Since the curiosity level is so high, we
developed a program to educate students about what is involved in being
a demolition contractor and why it's a great way to make a living.
Studies have shown that the job satisfaction rating among demolition
contractors is one of the highest in American industry."
To reach this new crop of prospective demolition specialists, the NDA
is reaching out initially to universities with schools specializing in
"With the construction industry also targeting engineering and
construction management majors in college, the demolition industry saw
it was important to set itself apart as a unique career path," said Mr.
The NDA executive directory and other demolition contractors will
travel across the country to address students about the $3.5 billion
industry that comprises approximately 1,000 contractors nationwide. In
addition, the NADA has developed a booklet for students on building
their future in demolition, which will be made available to universities'
schools of engineering and construction management and
their job recruitment offices.
A new student membership category will be created at NDA. Student
members will receive a number of benefits and will be welcomed at the
NDA's annual convention.
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