Circular dismantling of Cargo Building 18 at Schiphol completed

Schiphol Actual Estate and demolition company Lek Sloopwerken have correctly finished the circular dismantling of Cargo Building eighteen, adjacent to the Kaagbaan Runway. The metal structure, weighing in excess of two,000 tonnes, was dismantled in six months using a technique that will let the new owner to rebuild it shut to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. This revolutionary solution to dismantling a constructing is a very first for Schiphol Actual Estate.

Dismantling the constructing

The complete structure has now been dismantled and moved to its new location. This features two,000 tonnes of metal building, somewhere around 82,000 manually taken off screws, fifteen flights of concrete stairs, eleven,000 m² of roof insulation and eleven,000 m² of roof covering. An additional sixteen,000 tonnes of concrete, taken off in the course of the dismantling of Cargo Building eighteen is utilised for other needs at Schiphol. For illustration, a major element will be utilised in the airport’s taxiways alternatively.

Elements passport

The cargo constructing had to arrive down to make way for the completion of Schiphol’s expanded dual taxiway system for plane. Simply because it was a fairly new structure, standard demolition was not noticed as a dependable alternative. In its demolition tender, Schiphol Actual Estate thus established a few of essential parameters: the total of elements that could be reused and the length they would have to be transported to their new location. To give the market a great indicator of the possibilities, a elements passport was drawn up, detailing the portions and position of all the elements. On this foundation, Lek Mining was in a position to shut the offer for selling the complete constructing to a shopper in the vicinity of Schiphol.

CO2 reduction

The circular solution to dismantling of the cargo constructing has generated significantly less CO2 emissions than additional standard ways to recycling. The dismantling of the two,000-tonne metal building on your own resulted in a reduction of in excess of three million kg in CO2 emissions, as calculated by the Trim Slopen Software, the gold standard in the demolition globe.

Time Lapse Circulaire demontage vrachtgebouw Schiphol

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