Repairs to the underground car parks Am Frauenfeld in Oberschleißheim completed

On behalf of the residents association "Am Frauenfeld 1, 3 and 5" in Oberschleißheim, Josef Rädlinger Ingenieurbau GmbH, in cooperation with engineering office Dr. Linse Ingenieure from Munich, recently completed extensive refurbishment work on three identical 24-space underground car parks at the end of 15 months of construction work. In each of the car parks, the melted asphalt was broken off first, and the floor, column and wall bases were treated with extreme-pressure water jets before new concrete was sprayed onto the columns and walls and a reinforced concrete slab was fitted as a top layer. The evaporation channels, fire doors and lighting were also renewed. The special physical characteristics of the underground car parks also required the installation of steel plates, brackets and braces on the existing expansion joints; this work was carried out by the steel construction department of Rädlinger Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH. The protective coatings applied to the surface will protect the structures as well as possible against wear caused by vehicle traffic and CO2 penetrating the concrete in future.

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