Shaft remains upright after implosion Philips building

Saturday, 8 September 2012

EINDHOVEN – The demolition of the last remains of the former office of Philips goes slower than expected. Demolition company Heezen thinks it needs a week more to demolish the leaning tower.

The tower that remained standing after the office was blown up previous Saturday, has been demolished for a quarter on Tuesday with the old-fashioned demolition ball. The construction is heavier than expected, explained director Thijs Heezen on Tuesday evening.There is still an emergency regulation. The area has been closed and unauthorized people are not allowed to come in the neighborhood of the building.Residents are not happy with the work that has begun now. A number of them are afraid that by the droning their houses will get damaged.For the six best videos of the demolition: Eindhoven Dichtbij

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