Drop into the exciting Amberg world and be there when innovations arises. 

Amberg is experiencing constant growth. All the offices in Switzerland and abroad are steadily expanding.

However, our vision is expressed not just by the size of the company, but also by the ability to constantly develop new innovative solutions for our customers and to have an influence on the state of the artthrough research and development. 

The offices operate as a network conecting the various sites and use the existing resources, abilities, contacts and experiences to do so. They do this for the advantage and benefit of all subsidiaries and, ultimately, the customer. 

Amberg employees

Our employees are as diverse as the company itself. Exciting projects all around the world offer a huge potential for indivual development. Even if you have little experience or if you just graduated from university, college or vocational school, we will guide you step by step on your career path. Supported by experienced mentors and continuous education we pave your way to a successful professional life.


What our employees say about working at Amberg

Daniela Stevanovic, Project Engineer

“At Amberg Engineering I work as a project engineer in the project management team. Currently I am working on three big projects. The skills I require for the job: Teamwork is very important, good organization and time management, but most important is the love and joy for the work.”

Eva Wehrli. Project Manager

“As a project manager, I work on very different underground infrastructure projects. For example, in tunnel renovation projects by Swiss private railways, large projects in other European countries and large cavern projects that will only be realized in a few years.

As a civil engineer, you have to be willing to constantly develop yourself and learn new things. Especially in recent years, I have been confronted with new challenges in various projects due to digitalization. The increasing number of BIM projects has given me new tasks and exciting challenges.”

Nan Zhu, Project Engineer

“I like the job as tunnel engineer because tunnel engineering considers not only man-made structure like concrete or steel, but also the properties of soil and rocks. The interactive effect between structure and soil is very attractive to me. There are a lot of experienced and enthusiastic engineers in Amberg Engineering, from whom I can learn a lot. I am really enjoying the working atmosphere here.”

Rosanne Verloop - Project Engineer

“During my internship at Amberg I experienced a great atmosphere: people teach you, challenge you and I got all the opportunities to develop myself. They made time to tutor me and I really felt part of the team. I liked it so much that I returned fulltime after my studies”

Dr. Roman Wahlen – Project Manager International

“Working on complex projects all over the world is giving me a lot of variety and motivation”

Katja Krauer – Deputy Business Unit Manager, Project Management

“In my work, I can always rely on a team that consists of highly qualified and committed colleagues.”

Simone Wettstein (former Draughtperson Apprentice)
“An apprenticeship at Amberg is a really good idea because in addition to the technical side of things, you also learn about the construction processes and get to know the whole area of tunnel construction.” 

Vageesan Sivasakthyvadivel (Draughtperson Apprentice, now empolyed as Draughtperson)
“The special area of tunnel construction makes the apprenticeship as a draughtsperson unique at Amberg. I enjoy going to work because the atmosphere is familiar and friendly.”


Samuel Odermatt

Head of Human Resources

Trockenloostrasse 21

8105 Regensdorf


Carmela Petriello

Human Resources Manager

Trockenloostrasse 21

8105 Regensdorf