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Controlled Demolition, Inc. (CDI) of Phoenix, Maryland, USA (acting as Implosion Subcontractor to Main Demolition Contractor, Environmental Holdings Group, LLC of Morrisville, North Carolina and Property Owner, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission) performs the successful felling of 128 structural steel, guyed radio towers in Washington, North Carolina. Felling of the towers (ranging in height from 50’ tall to 414’ tall) took place on a phased basis over the course of seven (7) days. The final 48 “quad” towers were felled in a single explosives sequence at 8:05 AM on Monday, April 4, 2016, setting a new World Record in this category.
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Here are some atmospheric electricity masts being demolished. Controlled Demolition, Inc. (CDI) of Phoenix, Maryland, USA (acting as Implosion Subcontractor to Main Demolition Contractor, Environmental Holdings Group, LLC of Morrisville, North Carolina and Property Owner, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission) performs the successful felling of 128 structural steel, guyed radio towers in Washington, North Carolina. Felling of the towers (ranging in height from 50’ tall to 414’ tall) took place on a phased basis over the course of seven (7) days. The final 48 “quad” towers were felled in a single explosives sequence at 8:05 AM on Monday, April 4, 2016, setting a new World Record in this category.
Perhaps you've heard about Porsche Classic's radio for months, since its European release in February, and wondered why you can't buy one here in North America just yet. Porsche Classic Product Manager Bucky Melvin spoke with us on camera at PCA's Tech Tactics West in November and told us what we've been waiting to hear: The North American version of the radio will be available to purchase in the first quarter of 2016. So what will customers get when they buy one? A classic-looking radio with thoroughly modern amenities that fits seamlessly in all Porsches up to the 993-generation 911, excluding the 356 and the 986-gen Boxster. Bluetooth, GPS, iPod and USB docks, navigation — it's all there. Watch the video to find out the details and features the radio has to offer.
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UMass Lowell's campus radio station, WUML 91.5 FM, has the Best College radio DJ in North America. Nick Canovas aka DJ Dad, won the honor of the Best College Radio DJ in North America and a free trip to Switzerland in a contest run by the International Radio Festival. More about DJ Dad: https://www.uml.edu/News/stories/2015/DJ-International-Winner.aspx Video produced by Alfonso Velasquez UMass Lowell Office of University Relations
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National parks are beautiful and amazing places that draw millions of visitors each year. Stretching from coast to coast, these worlds of wonder spark a level of curiosity that draws some of us to explore deeper than the surface level stops. While most hikers and adventurers find their way home, there is an occasional few that unfortunately go missing. When this does happen, there seems to be a standard process that plays out: We catch a small snippet on the local news, are shown a few images of search teams with dogs and flashlights, and it is on to the next story. We only assume that there is far more detailed process that goes on behind the scenes, but what is being discovered is that the opposite is the case. In fact the National Parks Service does not even maintain a continuing list o...
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