Johns Hopkins has never used an implosion to demolish a building (59)

(59th in a series on Martin Tower)

Martin Tower demolition May 19
www.martintowerbethlehem.com

George Lopez is retired after working twenty years with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Gadfly:

Johns Hopkins has never used an implosion to demolish a building. That’s blatantly false. The building in question and cited in the study was Broadway Homes, which was owned by the Housing Authority of Baltimore City. Hopkins had no involvement with the implosion other than being an adjacent neighbor.

George

The point of reference here is CDI’s claim that hospitals use implosions, so that implosions must be good.

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