Architectural Matters // Csaba Böhm, Bollinger+Grohmann (DE)
Csaba Böhm graduated in 2008 as a structural engineer at Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Civil Engineering. During his university studies he had turned his attention to the theory of post-tensioned RC structure design, then as an employee of Pannon-Freyssinet Kft. he got the opportunity to put this knowledge into practice while managing the designing process of the post-tension of numerous construction structures.
From 2009 to 2011, in frames of the training of engineers at Budapest University of Technology and Economics he participated in the practical training of tensioned structure design.
From 2011, as structural designer at the Vienna-based Werkraum Ingenieure ZT GmbH he took part in the expansion and in-service transformation of IKEA Vienna North and in the structural design of the structure of a school building with a capacity of 1200 people (Bildungsquartier 2, Aspern Seestadt, Vienna), managing the whole process.
Between 2017-2020 he’s been member of Bollinger + Grohmann’s team at their Vienna office. As project leader his major works are the expansion and transformation of Red Bull Arena in Leipzig and the design review of the structure of the high-rise building of MOL Campus.
From 2020, he has been working as the managing director of Bollinger + Grohmann's Budapest office, where, among other projects, he managed the structural design of the urban artwork shown within the presentation.
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