Calora Demolitions News & Projects

Ballarat demolition company wins Brigid House job

January 9, 2009

Structurally unsound, time to come down An article by Laura Poole in The Mail-Times (Horsham) explains how Brigid House, an historic building on the site of a primary school, needs to be demolished due to safety concerns. Calora Demolitions has been appointed by the Catholic Diocese of Ballarat to demolish the building, which will be...

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Third generation demolition contractor shows why he is Ballarat’s best

May 22, 2008

Third-generation demolition contractor, Shayne Coffield, was born and bred into the only life he has ever known. Demolition. Leaving school at the age of 14 and starting work with his father labouring and driving machinery, it wasn’t long that the obvious was about to happen, Shayne would take over the family business after a family...

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Ballarat’s silo conversion project started by Calora Demolitions

January 30, 2008

10-storey job starts with the steps Calora Demolitions was proud to work on the Gregory St silo conversion project in Ballarat. The silos are being transformed into apartments and at 10 storeys high, it is Ballarat’s biggest building. Calora Demolitions kicked the project off by clearing the old Joe White Maltings site and then removing...

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Ballarat company’s demolition of historic Talbot Hotel

February 16, 2004

From days gone by… The historic Talbot Hotel was demolished in hours using a mechanical shovel, destroying the building which stood for 130 years. Unfortunately the building was no longer structurally sound or safe and had to be taken down. The good news was that the bricks were sold for use in new buildings! We...

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