Amberg Engineering Series for Engineers' Day
World Engineering Day, the day of engineers, will take place on March 4th, 2021. Amberg Engineering shares the enthusiasm for carrying out such a day. That is why the company is supporting the 2021 event as an active partner.
Amberg Engineering is one of the world's leading engineering companies in underground construction. For more than 50 years, we have been developing solutions in the fields of underground railway, road and metro tunnels, caverns, and infrastructure galleries. Many young people from different countries work at Amberg Engineering and learn engineering know-how from long-standing experienced civil engineers and tunneling specialists. We plan and manage exciting and challenging projects at home and abroad.
Find out everything about the idea of the Engineers' Day here and plan your visit to an virtual event.Engineers' Day homepage
Video and Interview Series "We Shape the Future"
From 22 February to 4 March 2021, we will publish one to two videos / interviews daily on our website, LinkedIn and Facebook for the series "We are shaping the future".
Hear from management members, project engineers, project managers and trainees what projects are being developed at Amberg Engineering and what the company is doing in the field of innovation. In this way, you will gain an exciting insight into the world of engineering and at the same time learn more about the fields of underground infrastructure, engineering services, project management, structural maintenance, building information modelling and much more.
Joël Biedermann started working for Amberg Norge in 2017. As an ambitious Engineer, he got the opportunity to help to build up the Amberg branch in Norway. With his remarkable language skills and good education, he is able to easily interact with Amberg colleagues from all over the world.
Why are you excited about your job at Amberg?
The office in Norway is still quite small which allows me to have very varied tasks going from support to contractors in tender phase for large projects to BIM coordination or carrying out tunnel seismic predictions.
What are the challenges in your job?
Amberg has always been very supportive in allowing me to take part in internal and external courses to improve my competencies in the various fields I am active in, which is very important in your first job.
What experiences and skills from your private life can you bring to your professional life?
I have the chance to have been taught French and German in my childhood, English at school and I have learned Norwegian when I moved to Norway. All of them are very useful to communicate easily with people in the various areas Amberg is working. It happens that I use all four languages during a single day when collaborating with other offices.
Video and Interview Series
Elisabeth Sattlegger - Project Engineer, Amberg Engineering
Joël Biedermann, Engineer at Amberg Norge
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Magdalena Stelzer - Former Project Manager, BIM Department at Amberg Engineering
Sandro Freiermuth - Geomatic Engineer at Amberg Technologies
Inga-Leena Schwager - Head of International Markets at Amberg Loglay
Wilhelm Aberg - Former Trainee Engineering & Design at Amberg Engineering
Antonia Cornaro - Expert of Underground Space at Amberg Engineering
Laurence Delplace, Project & Regional Manager at Amberg Engineering
Rosanne Verloop - Project Engineer at Amberg Engineering