12.11.2018: Recognition as expert for geotechnics
We are happy to let you know that our shareholder and project manager, Mr. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Meier, was recognised as expert for geotechnics by the Saxon Mining Office (Sächsisches Oberbergamt) according to the German standard SächsBergVO. Since 2012 Dr. Meier has been the head of the Finite Elements group at BAUGRUND DRESDEN and was able to successfully complete countless challenging geotechnical projects with his experience in the field of numerical calculations.
18.10.2018: Investigations regarding material properties and geometry of components
Since September 2018 Mr. Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Sven Unger joined BAUGRUND DRESDENs team of engineers and now also broadens our range of services. Mr. Unger is specialised in the investigation and evaluation of the basic structure of buildings made from masonry and concrete. With his knowledge he now develops material reports and rehabilitation concepts at BAUGRUND DRESDEN for interested clients and is also responsible for the supervision and control of rehabilitations during construction. We are pleased to have gained a colleague with extensive experiences and knowledge from countless projects of existing structures, e.g. Göltzsch Viaduct.
19.09.2018: "Engineering Offices from Saxony" at the 35th Baugrundtagung in Stuttgart
We are present at the Baugrundtagung again this year with our shared exhibition booth "Engineering Offices from Saxony". Together with the following companies and institutions we look forward to seeing you at our booth B.04:
BIUG Beratende Ingenieure für Umweltgeotechnik und Grundbau GmbH
Erdbaulabor Leipzig GmbH
FCB Fachbüro für Consulting und Bodenmechanik GmbH
GCE Geotechnisches Ingenieurbüro GCE Dipl.-Ing. A. Pampel GmbH
GIP Grundwasser-Ingenieurbau-Planung GmbH
G.U.B. Ingenieur AG
TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institut für Geotechnik
VFG - Verein Freiberger Geotechniker e.V.
You can find further information on the history of our shared booth and an overview of our participation in past conventions at the website of the "Engineering Offices from Saxony".