Schöck Bauteile

Eberhard Schöck celebrated 80th birthday

Construction engineer and company founder, Eberhard Schöck, celebrated his 80th birthday on 26 April 2015. Still in a state of good health, he looked back on his lifetime achievement together with family, friends, employees and invitees from politics, business and culture.

Schöck was born in 1935 in the town of Nürtingen, which is situated in what is known today as the German state of Baden-Württemberg. After completion of a bricklayer apprenticeship, he studied construction engineering in Stuttgart and Hamburg. In 1962, he set up the Schöck Bautrupp (team of construction workers) that laid the...

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