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"Demo Boss" episode #2

WVIA SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

 
Joe Shea and his crew head to Williamsport to tackle their biggest job yet - a 75 day demo of an old furniture factory the size of an entire city block.

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"Demo Boss" episode #1

WVIA SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

The team is called on to demo an old bank in Plains, PA. It's an easy job on the surface, but there's a catch... inside is an extremely valuable safe that needs to be extracted without damage. This is no easy task, but Joe and his crew are up for the challenge.

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Huge display of patriotism in Scranton

SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) - Weather conditions were perfect for a Scranton company to display its patriotism on this Fourth of July.

Last year, workers at North American Manufacturing created what they believe is the world's largest, free-flying American flag.

On Tuesday they got a chance to show it off.

On Independence Day, cars were slowing down and even stopping on the North Scranton Expressway to check out the huge American flag.....

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Demo Boss to premiere on WVIA

Premieres Thursday October 12, 2017 at 9pm on WVIA-TV

The demolition business is a $3 billion dollar a year industry, but money doesn’t come from just pulling things down. Sometimes you have to pull things out to make a buck, everything has a value. This is the Demo Boss.

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Homes being torn down as Milford Road expansion continues in Pike County

Beth Brelje - Pocono Record

Delaware Township -- Demolition of some 20 homes is now under way from Little Egypt Road in Lehman Township into Delaware Township, along Milford Road. It will continue until the end of March, weather permitting.

Shea Demolition of Scranton is removing the homes under a $300,000 contract for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

The houses were vacated and purchased by PennDOT in anticipation of the expansion of the next section of the Milford Road...

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Former Bank Demolished in Luzerne County

WNEP THE NEWS STATION - WNEP.COM

PLAINS TOWNSHIP -- For years, it was a bank in Luzerne County. Then it became part of a store. Now what people call a landmark in Plains Township is being torn down.

Layer by layer, pieces of Plains Township history tumbled to the ground.

"I don't like it, but I guess we have to get used to it."

The former Citizens Bank building is coming down after years on the corner of Main and West Carey Streets.

Dorothy Giuli remembers it well...

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Structure collapse speeds up Scranton bakery demolition

By David Singleton - Citizens' Voice
Photos by Michael J. Mullen - TIMES-SHAMROCK

Scranton -- A contractor moved quickly Friday to take down the fire-ravaged Community Bake Shop building after part of the structure collapsed unexpectedly during what Scranton officials had hoped would be a slow, methodical demolition.

A large crowd gathered in front of the Mall at Steamtown near the entrance to Boscov's to watch as a crew from Shea Demolition used two cranes to push what was left of the four-story building at 321 Lackawanna Ave. in on itself just after 4 p.m. There were tears and applause as the building crumpled neatly into a pile of debris at street level...

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Demolition Underway On Historic Lansford Building

WNEP THE NEWS STATION - WNEP.COM

LANSFORD -- A historic building is being torn down in Carbon County to make way for a new place for firefighters.

On Monday, demolition crews started to tear down what used to be the town hall in Lansford. Up until last week it also served to house some fire department equipment. A new larger building will be built in its place.

"That building was built in the early 1900s and the size of the apparatus today is a lot bigger than it was then," said Lansford Assistant Fire Chief Ron Hood.

"This building, I hate to say it, was going to the dogs. It was left go and the cheapest thing to do is tear it down," Tom Staruch, Lansford Fire Department..

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Crews Demolishing Factory to Make Way for Housing

WNEP THE NEWS STATION - WNEP.COM

WILLIAMSPORT -- Demolition crews are tearing down an old factory in Williamsport to make way for housing.

Heavy machinery took the first swipe at the brick wall thats part of up former Brodart furniture factory in Williamsport.

The one, two and four-story buildings take up an entire city block between Memorial Avenue and Scott Street.

"I've been coming around here everyday trying to see when they're going to start taking it down, today's the day I guess," said Tom Crocker...

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Demolition of Old Science Hall at University of Scranton

WNEP THE NEWS STATION - WNEP.COM

SCRANTON -- A building where science students at the University of Scranton studied for decades is coming down.

Demolition crews began tearing down Loyola Hall on Thursday.

It was built in the 1950s and was used primarily for engineering, biology, physics, and chemistry classes. Those classes are now held in the new Loyola Science Center...

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