Young precast concrete experts presented with awards
19 February, 2020:
Yesterday, Berthold Vigh (AL-Franken-Fertigteil GmbH, Ellingen-Stopfenheim), Niklas Goedeke (Rinn Beton- und Naturstein GmbH & Co. KG, Heuchelheim) and Julian Heimbach (Aicheler + Braun GmbH, Tuebingen) were the recipients of the young talents’ award for precast concrete (Nachwuchspreis Betonbauteile) during the 64th BetonTage in Ulm, Germany. This is an award we and our partners at the Berufsförderungswerk für die Beton- und Fertigteilhersteller e.V. (a vocational development organization for the concrete and precast parts manufacturing industry) present to apprentices in the precast concrete and concrete building block industry for exceptional final exams.
The award includes an invitation for the recipients to tour the facilities at Schöck Bauteile GmbH in Baden-Baden and at precast concrete manufacturer Albert Regenold GmbH in Buehl, Germany, as well as the opportunity to participate in a study trip to Italy hosted by the vocational development organization.
Prizes and Awards
Schöck Award for Innovation in Building and Construction 2020
18 February, 2020:
Ines Tenbieg (RWTH Aachen), Nora Susanne Bies (TU Kaiserslautern), Christian Dommes (RWTH Aachen) and Jakob Boretzki (Karlsruhe Institute for Technology – KIT) are this year’s recipients of the Schöck Award for Innovation in Building and Construction. The award for pioneering research in solid construction, which is endowed with 2,500 Euro, was presented at a festive ceremony on the eve of the Ulmer BetonTage, a precast industry summit.
Since the year 2000, the Eberhard Schöck Foundation, supported by Schöck Bauteile GmbH, has recognized exceptional master’s theses in the field of civil engineering with this award.
Prizes and Awards
Kulturpreis Deutsche Sprache (German Language Culture Awards): Recipients include grammar researchers, musicians and journalists
19 October, 2019:
In Kassel, Germany, Grammar professor Peter Eisenberg was awarded the Jacob Grimm Award for his research on the German language. The laudatio was given by the co-publisher of the renowned Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) newspaper, Jürgen Kaube. “Peter Eisenbergs work inspires us to reflect on the German language”, said Mr. Kaube, adding that Professor Eisenberg also stood for a careful handling of the German language. The Initiative Award was presented to the band Tonbandgerät for their ability to convey the joy of the German language to young people in Germany and abroad with their music and their German lyrics. Eberhard Schöck’s granddaughter Amelie Arndt delivered the laudatio. The Institutions Award went to the German-language newspaper Kaukasische Post. As the only German-language newspaper in the Caucasus region, it serves as an “asset for German foreign relations”, explained jury representative Helmut Glück. Holger Klatte, CEO of the Verein Deutsche Sprache (VDS), presented the laudatio.
This year, five journeymen received awards presented jointly by the Eberhard-Schöck-Stiftung and the concrete industry’s vocational promotion center BFF (Berufsförderungswerk für die Beton- und Fertigteilhersteller e.V.) in Ostfildern.
Schöck award for innovation in building and construction
18 January, 2019:
Congratulations! Carmen Marock (RWTH Aachen), Stefan Ehrke (TU Braunschweig) and Tim Hammer (Karlsruhe Institut for Technology KIT) are the recipients of this year’s award for their outstanding final projects and theses.
Click here to view a video about the award recipients and their work.