At the STUVA Conference 2021 in Karlsruhe (24 to 26 November 2021) STUVA (Research Association for Tunnels and Transportation Facilities) will award the
STUVA Prize 2021
for outstanding innovation in the field of underground construction.
Originally, STUVA established the prize in order to promote the idea of making better use of underground space among professionals and the general public. Since its introduction in 1997, the prize has been awarded once every two years at the STUVA Conference. The prize consists of an original sculpture especially designed and executed for the occasion by a well-known artist.
Honoured are those persons whose work is considered to be an exceptionally outstanding innovation in underground construction or related fields. Included are all fields of underground construction, such as planning, construction, operation, safety issues, environmental protection, theory, experimentation, efficiency, financing and marketing. In addition, persons who have devoted their working lives to tunnel or underground construction are eligible to win.
Winners of the STUVA Prize to date:
1997 Ltd. Baudirektor Rolf Bielecki
1999 Dipl.-Ing. Claus Becker
2001 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Brameshuber
2003 Projekt NEAT, Schweiz
2005 Dr.-Ing. E. h. Martin Herrenknecht
2007 Projekt Betuweroute, Niederlande
2009 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr.-Ing. E. h. Heinz Duddeck
2011 Projekt Citybanan, Stockholm, Schweden
2013 Baurat h. c. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. mont. Georg-Michael Vavrovsky
2015 Projekt Wehrhahn-Linie Düsseldorf, Deutschland
2017 Deutsche Bahn AG
2019 Dipl.-Ing. ETH Felix Amberg
The Jury is made up of STUVA’s Board of Directors:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr.-Ing. E. h. Günter Girnau (Ehrenmitglied des Vorstandes),
Dipl.-Ing. Andrea Blome,
Dipl.-Ing. Tim Dahlmann-Resing,
Dr.-Ing. Karl Morgen (1. stellvertretender Vorsitzender),
Prof. Dr. Dirk Rompf,
Dipl.-Ing. Edgar Schömig (2. stellvertretender Vorsitzender),
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Ziegler (Vorsitzender).