Tuesday, August 10, 2010

What is it with EU construction?

Yet again, another EU building has a case of the wobbles, this time the vastly expensive Committee of the Regions headquarters building, the Jacques Delors.

Part of a false ceiling in the Jacques Delors building in Brussels - shared by the European Union's Committee of the Regions and the Economic and Social Committee - fell down over the weekend, according to a statement issued by the two institutions.
Parts of a false ceiling in an atrium on the fifth floor of the building on Rue Belliard collapsed during the night between Saturday and Sunday (7-8 August). No-one was hurt.
This follows the farce of the Strasbourg collapse. Are the Gremlins trying to tell us something?

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