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A thunderstorm hit Bangkok yesterday, causing the Service Hall at Don Mueang International airport to collapse. The hall was built just one year ago but hasn’t yet been used due to low levels of international travel throughout the pandemic. No injuries or deaths have been reported. The walls of the Service Hall reportedly collapsed yesterday evening during a thunderstorm. The airport had built the hall to be used as a meeting place for group tours at Don Mueang Airport Terminal 1, the home of all international and some domestic flights. The management of Don Mueang Airport has ordered a team […]

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The management of Don Mueang Airport has ordered a team of engineers to inspect the damage and report the causes of the collapse in detail 

In case, someone would check names and companies, could it be, that this team is connected to the team, that was responsible to build this place?

I mean, experts not familiar from the first day, with this project, that would need additional envelopes, perhaps? No one wanna risk that, or not?

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Seems like you hear a lot mentioned on this forum about shoddy construction in LOS.  I guess this is what they are talking about?

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5 hours ago, KomanderChicknNugget said:

Seems like you hear a lot mentioned on this forum about shoddy construction in LOS.  I guess this is what they are talking about?

Really encouraging to buy in a high rise condo.

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Yes there was a lot of wind and rain yesterday evening, from Ratchada to Rangsit. But nothing to excuse this. Perhaps AOT should stick with accountable contractors who don't use illegal/haphazard Burmese labor. It's just luck there were no casualties, as this is supposed to be a meeting spot for tours, i.e. hundreds of people. In any self-respecting country we would expect to see resignations.

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9 minutes ago, Leo said:

Yes there was a lot of wind and rain yesterday evening, from Ratchada to Rangsit. But nothing to excuse this. Perhaps AOT should stick with accountable contractors who don't use illegal/haphazard Burmese labor. It's just luck there were no casualties, as this is supposed to be a meeting spot for tours, i.e. hundreds of people. In any self-respecting country we would expect to see resignations.

Snort, harrumph, seethe. 😃 Calm down, calm down...........

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