CBTR Foundation Engineering Law Prize for Univ.-Prof. Martin Ziegler

Within the framework of the Centre for German and International Foundation Engineering Law Inc. (CBTR) conference in Vienna, the foundation engineering law prize was presented at the end of June. The 2015 prizewinner is Univ.-Prof. Martin Ziegler, the incumbent of the chair for geotechnics at the Rhenish-Westphalian Technical University in Aachen and chairman of the STUVA board. Josef Grauvogl, vice-president of the CBTR, handed over the prize in recognition of Martin Ziegler’s outstanding geotechnical achievements, especially with regard to building ground and foundation engineering law.


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