New Head of Demolition

5th September 2017

Damien Flatley has been appointed to head-up Clifford Devlin’s Demolition Division. His hands-on experience was key to his appointment which was confirmed in June 2017.

Damien boasts over 21-years in the construction industry – sixteen of which have involved managing major, complex demolition projects for both Cantillon and Keltbray. He started his career as a Quantity Surveyor with Sir Robert McAlpine in 1996.

“Damien’s all-round knowledge of the various disciplines involved in city-centre demolition from service disconnections to asbestos removal, soft-strip, structural demolition and groundworks made him the perfect candidate to head-up our Division,” says Managing Director, Tim Clifford, “Much of our work is carried out in logistically difficult locations  and close to sensitive receptors, so his experience of  managing challenging situations and ability to liaise with the various stakeholders involved will greatly benefit our performance.”

His project experience includes managing the £9 million demolition of Bankside Power Station which was undertaken whilst Tate Modern gallery remained fully operational. Damien is a member of The Institute of Demolition Engineers (MIDE) and holds a CCDO Black Card.

He will be responsible for managing the commercial performance of Clifford Devlin’s Demolition Division as a whole, overseeing major projects and will be a visible presence across all sites.

Click to view his recent interview at Demolition News