A crane has been put in position at the Audi showroom in Northfield, Milton Keynes after 20 cars collapsed through a roof on Monday, June 1.
Firefighters had to prop the roof up when the accident happened and the firm is investigatingwhy the incident happened.
Jason Cranswick, commercial manager of Jardine Motors Group – who operate the Audi showroom, told MKWeb: “I think it’s fair to say we were very lucky that nobody was injured. It’s a working space that is busy, but thankfully there was no-one there.
“Clearly this is a major shock to everybody involved, and thankfully everybody that was on site was evacuated quickly.
The wellbeing of the staff is of paramount importance, it was our first priority to make sure they were taken care of.”
The Â£8million building opened last November, 11 months after construction work started.
Jardine Motors Group have said there was nothing unusual about the number of cars parked on the roof before the showroom collapsed on Monday.
To see footage caught by an aerial drone of the incident, click here.