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French engineer and promoter of the construction of bridges using prefabricated segments.

Biographical Information

Name: Jean Muller
Born in 1925 in , Hauts-de-Seine (92), Ile-de-France, France, Europe
Deceased on 17 March 2005
Place(s) of activity:
1947

Diploma from the Ecole centrale in Paris (France);
begins work for Campenon-Bernard and STUP (directed by Freyssinet)

1951

Goes to New York as chief engineer for Freyssinet's company

1955

Returns to Campenon-Bernard as technical director

1976

Scientific director at Campenon-Bernard and technical consultant for Europe-Etude

1978

Founds Figg & Muller Engineers Inc. with Eugene Figg, becomes technical director

1980

Prix Albert Caquot;
Gerrit Medal

1986

Returns to France to found Jean Muller International and directs the structural works section at Scetauroute

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Bibliography

  1. Muller, Jean / Lockwood, James (1991): The bi-stayed bridge. Presented at: Bridges — Interaction between construction technology and design, IABSE Symposium, Leningrad, USSR 1991, pp. 455-460.
  2. Muller, Jean / Maslow, M. (1966): La construction du pont Saint-Jean à Bordeaux. In: Travaux, n. 377 (June 1966), pp. 937.
  3. Muller, Jean (1965): La construction du barrage de Menjil sur le Sefid-Roud (Iran). In: Travaux, n. 361 (January 1965), pp. 1.
  4. Muller, Jean (1993): Bridge to the Future. In: Civil Engineering Magazine, v. 63, n. 1 (January 1993), pp. 40-43.
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  • Date created
    02/01/1999
  • Last Update
    22/07/2014