HISTORY

CONNECTS PAST TO PRESENT

2020

LAP participates in the reserach project BrAssMan

Groundbreaking ceremony for the New Elbe Bridges in Magdeburg

Opening of the new Württemberg State Library

Württemberg State Library awarded with Hugo Häring Mention

Opening of the New Railway Bridge Kattwyk in Hamburg

2019

Teaching Assignment for Henning Uphoff at the Hochschule Ruhr West

15th Anniversary Office Nuremberg

Development of a reinforcement made of fiber composite meterials

2018

IStructE Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence for the Tamina Bridge

2017

Teaching Assignment for Tobias Mansperger at the Technical University of Dresden

Investigations on the Strengthening of steel bridges with high performance concrete

2016

Establishment of the Leonhardt, Andrä und Partner Holding AG


Members of LAP visit the construction site of the Forth Replacement Crossing in Scotland

New Branch Office in Taipei / Taiwan

25th Anniversary of Office Dresden and Office berlin

New Branch Office in Magdeburg

Ralf Bother awarded with German Bridge Design Award for the rehabilitation of the Kochertal Viaduct near Geislingen, Germany

2014

75th Anniversary Celebration
in the Porsche Museum Stuttgart


Establishment of the „LAP Prüf- und Sachverständigen GmbH“

10th Anniversary Office Nuremberg

New Branch Office in Frankfurt am Main

Participation in the "Integralen Generalplaner AG", Zürich

LAP supports the Deutschlandstipendium as sponsor for students of the Ruhr University Bochum

2013

Change of Legal Form from GmbH to AG

2012

LAP supports the Deutschlandstipendium as sponsor for students of the Technical University of Dresden

2011

New Branch Office in cologne

Holger Svensson receives the Emil Mörsch Medal for special achievements in the field of concrete construction

2010

Wolfgang Eilzer awarded with German Bridge Design Award for the Elbe Bridge Mühlberg

2009

Exhibition „Fritz Leonhardt - Die Kunst des Konstruierens“

2008

Move of Stuttgart Head Office into Nordtor Plaza

New Branch Office in Hamburg

Start of the structural design for the internatinal accelerator facility FAIR, one of the largest research projects worldwide, being built near Darmstadt, Germany

2007

New Branch Office in Zurich, Switzerland

2005

Hans-Peter Andrä elected as President of the BVPI

2004

New Branch Office in Nuremberg

2003

Holger Svensson elected vice-president of the IABSE

Reiner Saul receives an honorary doctorate from the Technical University of Braunschweig

2002

Hundred Years Flood in Dresden

2000

10th Anniversary Office Dresden and Office Berlin

Set-up of Taiwan Branch Office and support of the new Taiwan High-Speed Railway bridges

1999

Reopening of the German Reichstag Building in Berlin

Award of the 1st Fritz Leonhardt Prize to Michel Virlogeux

1998

Development of neo-pin bearings

1997

Development of Carbon Fibre Tendons

1996

Design of the new highway bridges across the Lockwitz and the Seidewitz Valley as part of A17 - the first of numerous highway bridges in the German reunified Eastern States

1994

New Branch Office in Erfurt

Teaching Assignment for steel bridges for Reiner Saul at the University of Stuttgart

Teaching Assignment for Wilhelm Zellner at the University of Dresden

1993

Introduction of the Quality Manual

Design of the first of meanwhile 16 bridges across river Elbe: Elbe Bridge Torgau

1991

After Reunification Set-up of Branch Offices in Dresden and Berlin

Numerous building projects in Berlin Mitte due to reunification

First joint company outing of all branches

Outstanding Citizen Award Medal for Fritz Leonhardt

Hans-Peter Andrä appointed as Honorary Consul of the Republic of Ruanda

1989

50th Anniversary Celebration
at the Alte Reithalle Stuttgart

1984

Development of perfobond rails

1987

Start of the design tasks for the new High-Speed Rail Network of German Railways with the design of the Enzvalley Bridge

1973

First assignment for a long-span bridge in the United States: Pasco-Kennwick Cable-Stayed Bridge. Meanwhile participation in more than 25 long-span bridges in Northern America.

1971

Completion of the Olympic Roof in Munich

1970

Establishment of the Leonhardt, Andrä und Partner Beratende Ingenieure VBI, GmbH

1957

Fritz Leonhardt Professor for Concrete Structures at the University of Stuttgart
(1967- 1969 President)

Fritz Leonhardt travels with his VW Beetle for 3 months through South America

1955

Opening of Stuttgart Television Tower

1953

Establishment of the Partnerschip Leonhardt und Andrä


First projects in Latin America

1949

Development of the Incremental Launching Method

1948

Reconstruction of the Rhine Bridge Cologne-Mülheim

Opening of Rhine Bridge Cologne-Deutz

1946

Relocation of the consultancy from Munich to Stuttgart

Design and construction management of the Rhine Bridge Cologne-Deutz

1939

Set-up of the consultancy
Dr.-Ing. Fritz Leonhardt in Munich


Start of the collaboration with Wolfhart Andrä