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Annual review and history of the Institute

OUR ANNUAL REVIEW 2019

The year 2019 was again very eventful for the ICoM. You can see what we have pushed and initiated on different levels this year in our annual review.

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OUR ANNUAL REVIEW 2018

Once again this year, we are delighted to present the most important events at ICoM of 2018 in a digital annual review. We would like to thank you all for your contribution by enriching the year with so many exciting moments and events. Furthermore, we wish you a great start into a successful year 2019.

In particular, we would like to thank all our partners for the fruitful cooperation and look forward to further expanding activities in the following year.


OUR ANNUAL REVIEW 2017

Here you can find our little digital review of the year 2017 with the most exciting moments and the most important events for us. We would like to thank our partners for their successful cooperation and look forward to working with you on projects in the New Year.


HISTORY OF THE INSTITUTE

The Institute of Construction Management at the TH Hannover was established in 1962 by resolution of the Lower Saxony state parliament. Mr. Hans Jebe first received a teaching assignment in 1963 and took over the newly founded institution in 1966. In order to put more emphasis on construction management, the chair was renamed "Lehrstuhl für Baubetrieb und Baubetriebswirtschaft" in March 1971.

After Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans Jebe retired, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Gustav Olshausen took over the chair in 1978 and from then on headed the Institute of the University of Hanover until he handed it over to Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Iwan.

Since April 2016, the Institute is headed by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Katharina Klemt-Albert. With the new orientation, which is also reflected in the institute's name, the institute's research focus is now on construction management and digital engineering.