Jubilarian

Dr.-Ing. Karl Morgen turned 65

We at the STUVA should like to congratulate Dr.-Ing. Karl Morgen most warmly after he turned 65 in March 2017. Dr. Morgen is CEO of WTM Engineers GmbH and a member of the STUVA board since 2003; since 2005 as 1st deputy chairman. He can look back on a large number of successfully completed projects in all major spheres of civil engineering both at home and abroad. His accomplishments have among other things been acknowledged by the presentation of the Emil Mörsch commemorative medal in 2015. We are delighted that we can continue to count on his competence and experience and take this opportunity of thanking him for actively supporting the STUVA.

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