New Managing Director at Müller-BBM GmbH
Stefan Schierer will head the buildings division.
With effect from January 20th, 2011, the managing board of the Müller-BBM Holding AG has appointed Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Schierer (39) as managing director of the engineering company Müller-BBM GmbH. Year-to-date Stefan Schierer strengthens the management of Müller-BBM’s buildings division, for which he has been working for 11 years, since 2007 as an authorized signatory with special responsibility for the working fields overall consulting in building physics, sustainability and façade planning.
Stefan Schierer succeeds Bernd Grözinger, who will step down from his position as managing director in order to fully focus on the project business. In doing so, Bernd Grözinger follows the tried and true Müller-BBM tradition of encouraging the new generation to take over responsibilities within this model of temporary leadership. After the planned interim period Stefan Schierer will take over the sole responsibility for the business unit buildings.
With more than 300 engineers, scientists and architects the Müller-BBM GmbH is one of the leading engineering companies. The buildings division provides comprehensive planning and consulting services throughout the world in the fields of room acoustics, electro acoustics and audio/visual systems, building acoustics, thermal building physics, building climatology, façade technology, building sustainability, fire protection and building dynamics.
Stefan Schierer joined the Müller-BBM GmbH in 2000. In the course of an overall consulting service for building physics he stands for projects with integral Müller-BBM activities. Amongst these are e.g. the new headquarter of the publishing house "Süddeutscher Verlag"” in Munich and the development of the former AGFA site in Munich-Giesing to a large residential and industrial park. Furthermore, it has been Stefan Schierer who has established the new field of daylight technology at Müller-BBM. In 2004, he took over the technical direction for the field building physics.
Stefan Schierer studied civil engineering at the University of Stuttgart. As a student he gained first valuable experience at the Stuttgart Fraunhofer Institute for building physics. In his diploma thesis, also written at the Fraunhofer Institute, he explored passive and hybrid solar systems.