Kurz und Fischer GmbH based in Winnenden near Stuttgart was founded as a consulting agency by the owners Roland Kurz and Erik Fischer in 1988. Starting as a two-man office the company has developed into a renowned engineering firm. In 1995 a branch office was opened in Halle (Saale) followed by offices in Feldkirch-Westerham (near Munich) in 2007, in North Rhine-Westphalia (Möhnesee, now Bottrop) in 2008 and in Bretten (Baden-Württemberg) in 2010.
As consulting engineers for building physics we are part of the planning teams of civil engineering. Our consulting is based on extensive experience from building physical measurements and quality assurance within the framework of construction supervision and from our activities as court and out-of-court experts. This enables us to offer our clients cost-conscious planning exactly to their needs.
Our practical experience is continually completed by the findings of our own research studies and by cooperation with universities. Our insights and experiences also find their way into the product development of new materials and components.
In order to implement their company management guidelines and to accomplish their self-imposed objectives Kurz und Fischer GmbH, Consulting Engineers, have set up and successfully introduced a quality management system according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 170:2005. High quality standards are guaranteed by the accreditation according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 for the determination of sounds, noise at work and by the module immission protection as well as by the official notification as body for airtightness measurement according to § 29b BlmSchG, VMPA Test Center and the status of publicly appointed and sworn experts. The knowledge about the current state of science and technology is to be maintained and developed by close cooperation with various committees, and by lectures and trainings.
Winner Prize of Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Category "Track Lubrification System", 2002
Winner Prize of Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Category "Integrated Noise Control Management", 2006