Technological Innovations in Demolition Equipment and Methods


  • Vishwajeet Rajkumar Shedge M.Tech. Student, M.Tech. Construction Management, MIT College of Management, MIT ADT University, Pune, India
  • Asha Oak Head of the Department, M.Tech. Construction Management, MIT College of Management, MIT ADT University, Pune, India



demolition technology, innovative equipment, robotic systems, high-reach excavators, controlled implosion, sensors, drones, Building Information Modeling (BIM), efficiency, safety, sustainability, environmental impact


The demolition industry has witnessed significant advancements in recent years, driven by technological innovations in equipment and methods. This paper explores the latest developments in demolition technology, highlighting how these innovations have enhanced efficiency, safety, and sustainability in the demolition process. The study delves into modern demolition machinery, such as robotic systems, high-reach excavators, and controlled implosion techniques, analyzing their impact on project execution and risk management. Furthermore, the paper examines the integration of advanced sensors, drones, and Building Information Modeling (BIM) to improve precision and reduce environmental impact. Case studies from various demolition projects worldwide are presented to illustrate the practical applications and benefits of these technological advancements. The findings underscore the importance of continued innovation in the demolition sector to meet the growing demands for safer, more efficient, and environmentally responsible demolition practices. This paper aims to provide industry professionals and researchers with a comprehensive overview of current trends and future directions in demolition technology.


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How to Cite

V. R. Shedge and A. Oak, “Technological Innovations in Demolition Equipment and Methods”, IJRESM, vol. 7, no. 6, pp. 35–39, Jun. 2024, doi: 10.5281/zenodo.11532532.