1990 - 1961

1964

A modern pipe manufacturing plant is constructed in the Schlierferhaide. At the same time, the first ready-mixed concrete is delivered.

 

1966

A modern church with a free standing belfry is erected in Sengenthal. The side walls of the cube-shaped structure are produced on-site as precast elements lying flat on the ground, then installed under the roof built on falsework.
 

1967

The first large concrete precast elements are manufactured.

 

1968

The first mobile crane, a 20 tonne capacity Gottwald, is purchased. At present, the company possesses eight modern mobile cranes with load carrying capacities of up to 400 tonnes.

 

1970

The first bridge constructed from precast elements, with a span of 24 m, is built in the town of Kleinalfalterbach near Neumarkt. In the 30 years that followed, a total of over 900 bridges spanning up to 200 m and with an overall construction length of 1,500 m are built.

 

1971

Several stages of the Regensburg University are constructed, commencing with the Faculty of Mathematics.

  

1973

Max Bögl senior transfers the company to his two sons Max and Hans Bögl.

 

1974

Max Bögl senior is awarded a Bavarian Contract of Merit on May 21 by the Prime Minister of Bavaria, Dr. Alfons Goppel, in his Munich residence. The Max Bögl Bauunternehmung GmbH & Co. KG company and the first subsidiary in Erlangen are founded.

 

1975

The company founder Max Bögl senior dies unexpectedly on May 14 as a result of a heart attack. His two sons Max and Hans Bögl continue to manage the company. This year the Max Bögl company, now with over 1,000 employees, exceeds a turnover of 100 million DM for the first time.

 

1980

The Max Bögl company has a substantial involvement in the construction of the Rhine-Main-Danube canal, providing asphalt sealing materials and three locks with lifting heights of up to 24 m.

 

1985

The Kinding suspension bridge, the longest bridge in Bavaria, is constructed on the A9 motorway between Regensburg and Nürnberg with the prefabricated construction method.

 

1986

A subsidiary is founded in Munich.

 

1988

A turnover of 500 million DM is achieved for the first time. The number of employees grows to 2,500.

 

1990

Max Bögl expands to East Germany. A road construction company and a hard stone factory in Elterlein in the Erzgebirge (Ore Mountains) region are founded in this year. The erection of a structural steel plant at the headquarters in Neumarkt marks the beginning of structural steel production for heavy industry and bridge building.