• de
  • en
  • fr
  • International Database for Civil and Structural Engineering

Frank L. Stahl

Biographical Information

Name: Frank L. Stahl
Born on 29 January 1920 in Fürth, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
Place(s) of activity:
1938 - 1939

Begins his studies at the ETH in Zurich, but due to the outbreak of World War II he is interned for two years in a labor camp. After being released he works in an engineer's office and attends an evening school to obtain his engineer's degree.

1946

Graduates from the Abend-Technikum in Zurich.

1946

Begins to work for Ammann & Whitney.

1955 - 1967

Project engineer at Amman & Whitney.

1968 - 1976

Associate at Amman & Whitney.

1977 - 1981

Senior Associate at Amman & Whitney.

1978 - 1983

ASTM Vice-Chairman Committee A1 on Steel (1971-1982 Chairman of the subcommitte on steel reinforcement).

1982

ASTM Award of Merit.

1982 - 1993

Chief engineer at Amman & Whitney.

1983

ASCE Innovation in Civil Engineering Award of Merit.

1986

James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Gold Award.

1986

AISC Prize Bridge, Category Reconstruction, for Golden Gate Bridge deck replacement.

1992

IBC John A. Roebling Medal for lifetime achievement in bridge engineering.

Since 1994

Independent consultant.

Structures and Projects

Participation in the following structures & large-scale projects:

chief engineer
engineer
project engineer

Bibliography

Relevant Websites

There currently are no relevant webpages listed.

Relevant Publications

There currently is no relevant literature listed.

  • About this
    data sheet
  • Person-ID
    1001868
  • Date created
    16/09/2002
  • Last Update
    22/07/2014