Jubilee

Dr.-Ing. Friedrich Krüger turned 70

The long-standing head of the STUVA Inc.’s group responsible for environmental protection, noise and vibration technology, Dr.-Ing. Friedrich Krüger, celebrated his 70th birthday at the end of 2014. Dr. Krüger began his career at the STUVA in 1979 and was appointed department head back in 1985. In 1989 he gained his doctorate at Berlin TU with a dissertation on “Predicting Vibrations in Rail Tunnels”. In 2005 Dr. Krüger was appointed as a recognized civil engineering expert by the Federal Railway Authority (EBA) in the field of “Noise and Vibrations”.

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