Stuttgart Airport storey car park

Steel construction with filigree ceilings and an ascending and descending spindle made of in-situ concrete

Scope

Developing a well thought-out concept of special and standard sound solutions for a demanding in-situ concrete project

Challenge

Deliver a safe, seamless and efficient formwork concept for a tightly timed project

Performance

The new P14 multi-storey car park was built on the site of the former air freight building at Stuttgart Airport. The new Stuttgart Airport bus terminal is integrated into the ground floor of the approximately 210 x 37 m seven-storey building. The 24 m high multi-storey car park is a steel construction with filigree ceilings and an ascending and descending spindle made of in-situ concrete.

For the construction company Karl Stocker, the construction of the shell is a perfect reference. Despite high technical demands, the development components of the multi-storey car park and bus station were completed on schedule after only nine months of shell construction time. With formwork systems efficiently adapted to the individual construction tasks, Hünnebeck actively supported the shell workers throughout the entire building phase and contributed to the success of the project.