Safety Board to present report on parking garage collapse

On Thursday, the Dutch Safety Board will release the results of the investigation into last year’s parking garage collapse at Eindhoven Airport.

At the end of May 2017, on a hot day, the garage for the passenger terminal collapsed. It was still under construction. Six months later, it emerged from an investigation, that a construction error had been the cause of the incident. Two studies were carried out on behalf of the construction company, BAM, and the airport. The question of guilt, who is responsible for the collapse, then still remained unanswered.

Late last year, BAM and Eindhoven Airport decided to demolish the entire building and to replace it with a new garage. The garage is needed to cope with the shortage of parking spaces around the airport.

The new parking garage at Eindhoven Airport must be ready in June 2019. In addition to 800 cars, the garage must also have space for shops and eateries.


Translated by: Bob

Edited by: Melinda

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