Examples of demolition in a Sentence
The old factory is scheduled for demolition next week.
The demolitions should be complete by the end of the year.
Recent Examples of demolition from the Web
Attached in court documents was a demolition quote from the company Renovation Contractors LLC for $98,575.
And when the state later seized a century-old downtown building by eminent domain — evicting a conservation trust with an eye toward demolition — alarm spread along the steep, short Main Street of what once was the busiest port north of Boston.
With the designation, the city's Cultural Heritage Commission is required to sign off on any changes to the property and has the right to stave off demolition for up to a year.
Interior demolition is expected to start next week.
Toll’s only remaining hurdle to development would come from a legal challenge by the Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia to the project’s demolition permits.
All major demolition is scheduled to be done by May 1.
Luckily the city stepped in with a 10-day demolition delay.
The first process warehouse demolition took the company three years to finish, not least because humans (wearing protective gear) had to measure each foot-long segment of the pipes for elevated levels of uranium-235 from the outside of the pipes.
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Definition of demolition for English Language Learners
: deliberate destruction of a building or other structure
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