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Björnsen Beratende Ingenieure GmbH

Your Project Is in the Hands of Leading Experts

As one of Germany’s leading engineering companies, we are experts for water, the environment, civil engineering, informatics, energy, and architecture. Our interdisciplinary teams develop pioneering solutions for demanding clients. We maintain offices at twelve locations in Germany and one in Oman.

For over 50 years, civil and structural engineers, architects, hydrologists, geologists, geographers, process engineers, biologists, ecologists, physicists, mathematicians, and economists have been working hand in hand to meet the demands of an environmentally conscious and enlightened society.

Management

Our Employees

Experienced and qualified. Our employees advise you with the goal of achieving a solution that is both future-oriented and economical. Our employees – together with our excellent project references – are the key assets of our company.

Our staff is continuously growing. We currently employ more than 280 people. And we keep looking on the lookout for inquisitive, dedicated individuals: engineers, natural scientists, architects, and technicians. Take the initiative and apply now!

Company History

Company Founding

1960
Dr.-Ing. Kalweit and Dr.-Ing. Björnsen Consulting Engineers for Water Management and Hydraulic Engineering

GmbH spin-off

1978

Founding of Björnsen Beratende Ingenieure Erfurt GmbH

1990
Björnsen Beratende Ingenieure Erfurt GmbH (BCE Erfurt) was founded in 1990 and is based in Erfurt, the capital of the German state of Thuringia. It is a 100% subsidiary of Björnsen Beratende Ingenieure GmbH.

 

Opening of the Darmstadt Branch

1991
With the opening of the Darmstadt branch office, we opt for an attractive and central location in Hessen.

 

Relocation of the Company Headquarters

1994
Relocation of the company headquarters to the Maria Trost business park in Koblenz

 

Opening of the Trier Branch

1997
Larger projects for waste management and waste-disposal technology in the Trier area and the planning of complex flood protection facilities on the Moselle necessitate a branch office in Trier.

 

Opening of the Cologne Branch

1998
Our office in Cologne was established in early 1998 and at first existed for several years as a subsidiary GmbH. Since its merger with the parent company in 2012, BCE Cologne has been a branch office.

 

Opening of the Augsburg Branch

2001
Major projects such as “Wertach Vital” and the water management improvement and ecological development of the Iller (a tributary of the Danube) require good and intensive local support. We choose to open an office in Augsburg.

 

Opening of the Speyer Branch

2007
In 2007, we consolidate and bolster our activities in the Palatinate and toward Baden-Württemberg by opening a branch office in Speyer.

 

Opening of the Dortmund Branch

2007
As construction begins on our showcase project, Lake PHOENIX in the Dortmund borough of Hörde, we open our branch office in Dortmund.

 

Opening of the Leonberg Branch

2015
Since 2015, Björnsen Consulting Engineers has also been represented in Baden-Württemberg by the Leonberg branch office.

 

Opening of the Leipzig Branch

2016
Our office in Leipzig, which opened in 2016, is a branch of Björnsen Beratende Ingenieure Erfurt GmbH.

 

Opening of the Munich Branch

2017
Opening of the branch office in Munich to enable us to intensify and expand our activities in Bavaria.

 

Opening of the Bonn Branch

2019
Our most recent branch office opens in Bonn in 2019. In the former federal capital, we are close to ministries, public authorities, universities, and much more.

 

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Our Network

Exchange, promote, participate in shaping the future. Through numerous memberships in leading societies and associations, we and our employees are networked with engineers and architects throughout Germany, thus enabling us to continuously participate in the knowledge gained and trends arising from research and development. In various specialist groups and expert committees, we work with others to develop technical rules and guidelines. We attach particular importance to promoting and training young people in engineering and the natural sciences.