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Robotic Demolition

Robotic demolition is a more efficient alternative to removing concrete either by excavators or by hand. Diamond performs superior-quality robotic demolition throughout Michigan, northern Ohio, northern Indiana, and selectively within the U.S.

Robotic Demolition in Action

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Why Use Demolition Robots:
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  • Despite their compact size, outperform excavators five times as big.

  • Fit through 3-foot wide man doors, climb stairs, or ride elevators, they work anywhere.

  • Can go on floors with load limits and work in confined areas and small spaces.

  • Can be fitted with needed tools such as drills, crushers, excavation buckets, breakers, or other tools.

  • Are electric; thus, they do not produce emissions.

  • Are equipped with engineered water dust suppression at the point.

  • Are wireless remote-operated, making it one of the safest methods for concrete demolition. 

Related Resources

Borgess Hospital Case Study

Diamond’s robotic demolition was used to safely and effectively remove five concrete decks and balconies via an enclosed courtyard with limited access.


  • Can Robots break overhead concrete?
    Yes, they can break overhead concrete with demolition arms that reach 15’ high. They can reach even higher, using Hi-LOs and other supporting equipment as a base.
  • How long does a robot take to demolish concrete or other structures?
    Approximately 30,000 lbs of concrete can be demolished in an 8-10 hour shift.
  • What are the specs on your demolition robots?
    Brokk 90 Reach Up: 13 feet Reach Forward: 12 feet Width: 2.5 feet Height: 4 feet Weight: 2,200 lbs. ​ TDXR 270 Reach Up: 15.5 feet Reach Forward: 14.75 feet Width: 2.5 feet Height: 4.5 feet Weight: 3,900 lbs.

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