Underground car park at Munich Gasteig resplendent in new radiance

The Gasteig (from the German ‘gach-steig’ = steep climb) is well-known as the home to the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra far beyond the limits of the Bavarian State capital. Opened in 1985, the cultural and educational centre in the Haidhausen district also provides space for the municipal library, the Volkshochschule (folk high school) and many more function rooms and concert halls over 80,000m². This rich range attracts more than 1.7 million people to the right bank of the Isar river every year. Good parking facilities are extremely important, especially for non-local guests. That is why there is an underground car park under the Gasteig, which also makes a considerable contribution to the stability of the entire building with its structure. After 30 years of operation, the time came at the end of July 2015 to renovate the underground car park.

In the first of three construction phases, the Rädlinger civil engineering team milled off the surface over an area of 3,200m², broke up 600t of screed and prepared the subsurface for further works with milling and shot peening. 350m³ of concrete, combined with 20t of new reinforcements, will strengthen the suspended ceiling of the car park from now on. With surface coatings from the OS 1, OS 2, OS 8 and OS 11b classes, 325m² of FOAMGLAS insulation and new joint profiles over 300m, the underground car park now conforms with the latest standards and is protected against infiltrating water in the best possible manner. Approximately 20 employees were working on the construction site in the busy Munich city centre until mid-October 2015 (shift work in some sections). The second and third construction phases are ahead of them this year and in 2017.


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