Graduate engineer Michael Löffler has 26 years of professional experience, and acts as the business area and program manager responsible for large infrastructure projects. Michael’s home is in the realm of tunneling, but he is also specialized in ground freezing and special heavy engineering. His most exciting projects include the tunnels under the Suez Canal in Ismailia, Egypt, the new Federal Intelligence Service building in Berlin, the North-South metro line in Cologne and the Post Tower high-rise in Bonn.
How might clients describe you? Approachable.
What’s your personal motto? Time is a question of character rather than calendar.
What client feedback has stimulated you most? When the opening date was set for the discovery lift to Altena castle.
Why did you want to become a civil engineer? I think it’s the most creative discipline in engineering.