• Airport Leipzig/Halle, Parking Garage

Airport Leipzig/Halle, Parking Garage

Leipzig, Germany, 2000

This six-storey parking garage consists of five simple bridges each 65 m in length. The first bridge also has a cantilever of 22 m looking towards the existing Air Terminal (Total length: approx. 350 m). The structure is formed by two parts (side by side) of two independent steel-truss-girders, each with about 17 m height. They carry 6 decks of steel cross-girders with 16.5 m length acting as composite section with the concrete deck slab. The bridge supports are formed by concrete stair-cases of about 28 m height and two additional mid thirds per support axis. Two spiral structures with conical concrete shell roofs of 18 m diameter each (in the first and the fourth span) form the approach for vehicles. The chosen bridge-structure was necessary because of the existing road system in the airport area and a new railway-line (under construction) which crosses the parking building near the existing "Autobahn", where the building ends.

  • Location

    Leipzig, Germany

  • Architect

    AP Brunnert, Stuttgart

  • Awards

    RENAULT traffic design award 2002

  • Client

    Flughafen Leipzig-Halle GmbH

  • Contractor

    Max Bögl / Dillinger Stahlbau (DSD)

  • Our Scope of Work

    conceptual design, construction design, site supervision

  • Length approx. 350 m
  • Height max. approx. 28 m
  • Base area 12,560 m²
  • Parking spaces 2,700
  • Steel 7,500 t
  • Spans 5 x 62.70 m + cantilever length 22 m
  • Storeys 6
  • Roof area 14,300 m²
  • Concrete 20,000 m³
  • Reinforcement steel 3,500 t

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