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When Thomas Liebert arrived in Berlin as a newly-qualified engineer, shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the city was one big construction site. The almost logical consequence: in 1996 Liebert founded his own office. As more contracts came from other cities, the question of location resolved itself. Liebert decided to return to Hüfingen, his home town, and to plan and execute further construction projects from there. That was in 2000. Since then Ingenieurbüro Liebert has continued its impressive development from there. 

All the dates at a glance:

1996      Founding by Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Thomas Liebert as sole proprietor in Berlin
2000      Opening of an office with five employees in the Schwarzwald-Baar District, in Thomas Liebert’s home town.
2006      Construction and occupation of the company’s new building in Hüfingen for 20 employees
2009      Founding an office in India with 15 employees for the Asian market as a joint venture with Hubert Burda Media
2009      IB Liebert becomes a member of the DGNB (the German Sustainable Building Council)
2011      The Berlin Office moves to new premises in Kantstrasse 44/45 
2011      The number of employees in Germany rises to 40
2013      The number of employees in Germany increases to 50
2014      Ingenieurbüro Liebert wins the motivation prize “Meilensteine” in bronze awarded by the Robin-Akademie, Villingen-Schwenningen
2015      The number of employees in Germany reaches 70
2016      20th. anniversary
2019      Relocation Berlin Office to Hohenzollerndamm 183
2019      Mr. Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Patrick Merkt is next to Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Thomas Liebert appointed as Managing Director
2020      Opening of the Hambur office 
2020      The number of employees in Germany reaches 85