STUVA Chairman Prof. Martin Ziegler celebrates 65th Birthday

We send heartfelt STUVA greetings to our chairman Prof. Martin Ziegler, who celebrated his 65th birthday at the end of February. Prof. Ziegler has been active on the board of STUVA since 2001 and took over as chairman in 2003 after a decision at the members’ meeting. You can read more about his career in the article on his 60th birthday in tunnel issue 02/2014. Since 2000, Prof. Ziegler has been full-time holder of the Chair of Geotechnical Engineering and manager of the Institute of Foundation Engineering, Soil Mechanics, Rock Mechanics and Waterways Construction at the RWTH Aachen...

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STUVA Board Chairman Prof. Martin Ziegler turned 60

The STUVA team would like to wish Prof. Martin Ziegler all the best on the occasion of his 60th birthday at the end of February. We take avail of this opportunity to thank our board chairman for the...

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Issue 2015-05 Award

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...

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“High Time for Innovations” – STUVA Prize Goes to Felix Amberg

In his acceptance speech, Felix Amberg permitted himself a look back in two regards. His comment on his own suitability as winner was a semi-serious "my God, am I that old?" But he didn't only see...

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Issue 2017-01 Congratulations

Jubilarians: Klaus Fehlemann and Manfred Bandmann

Dortmund’s former municipal director Klaus Fehlemann has just celebrated his 75th birthday,  and the STUVA wishes to extend hearty congratulations. From 2003 to 2007, the trained architect Fehlemann...

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Issue 2014-03 Anniversary

STUVA Honorary Member Prof. Adolf Müller-Hellmann turned 70

Albert Einstein once asserted that you recognize a really good idea by the fact that it seems to be impossible to be realized from the very outset. This quote often characterizes the activities of...

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