Roland is Managing Director and Partner of the international engineering consultancy Werner Sobek Stuttgart. Born in Berlin, he subsequently moved to Hanover, Germany, where he studied Structural Engineering. Having accomplished his diploma, Roland started working at Werner Sobek Stuttgart and soon rose to be appointed first principal, then general manager, at least managing director and partner.
Roland heads the department of competitions and is a specialist of project management, lightweight structures and steel constructions. He has extensive experience in various important high rise projects, such as ADAC Headquarters in Munich/Germany, the Hegau Tower in Singen/Germany and the 400 m high Olympic Tower in Nanjing/China. In addition Roland has been in charge of several complex and large-scale projects such as World Expo 2017 in Astana/Kazakhstan and the underground railway station in…
Regional Representative, Germany (2013 – Present)
Awards Structural Engineering Jury (Chair 2020; Chair 2021)
Germany Chapter, Chair (2013 – Present)
Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2014; Australia 2017; Chicago 2019)
Annual Conference, Session Chair (Middle East 2018)
18 September 2014
The presentation examines the performance of high-rise buildings according to two green building / sustainability rating tools. It reviews the potential these tools have for...
28 October 2019
Due to increasing urbanization, the next 50 years will see a shortage of resources, which will be a key challenge for the construction industry. Architects...
16 September 2014
The paper examines the performance of high-rise buildings according to two green building / sustainability rating tools. It reviews the potential these tools have for...