MMSc, PhD, Architect Thomas Hrabal

MMSc, PhD, Architect Thomas Hrabal



  • 1994 Diploma in Architecture, Vienna University of Technology (VUT)
  • 1997 Master of Science in Engineering Management, Oakland University, Detroit/US
  • 1997 Licensed Civil Engineer Admission
  • 2005 Doctoral degree, VUT, dissertation in "Construction Project Management"


  • 1989-1994 Freelance Associate in Viennese Architectural Offices
  • 1994-1999 Construction Supervisor at Technikplan, Wiener Neustadt
  • 1999-2000 International Project Manager for DO&CO-Catering-Centre JFK, New York/US
  • 2001-2004 Lecturer for Construction Project Management at the Engineering Management Postgraduate Program (VUT)
  • 2001-2009 Founder and Partner of HERZOG_HRABAL ZT OEG, Vienna based Civil-Engineering-Office for Architecture and Project Management
  • 2005-2011 Program Director and Professor for Building Theory and Project Management at University for Business and Technology, Pristina/Kosova
  • 2009 Founding of HRABAL ARCHITEKTUR
  • 2011-now Lecturer at Vienna International Summer University

Selected Projects

  • 1995-1999 Magnetic Resonance Tomography, Emergency Ward, Pathologial Ward, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Federal Hospital Wiener Neustadt
  • 2000 DO&CO Airline-Catering-Center JFK, New York/US
  • 2002-2004 Restaurant and Event Hall, Museum of Mordern Art, Vienna
  • 2002-2005 QTU Shopping Centre, Tirana/Albania
  • 2004 Styriabrid Headquarters, Styria
  • 2004 Seal Maker Office and Production Building, Burgenland
  • 2005-2007 Residential Building for Immover, Vienna
  • 2006-2007 Virusure Laboratories, Tech Gate Vienna
  • 2007 Study Airline-Catering-Center, Kiev/Ukraine
  • 2009 Phadia Laboratories, Tech Gate Vienna
  • 2010 Clean Laboratory Building, Extraterritorial
  • 2010-now Barrier-free adaption of over 30 schools, Lower Austria


  • 2007 Systemisches Management von Bauprojekten, NWV-Verlag, Vienna
  • 2008 International Experiences and Challenges in Kosova, UBT, Pristina
  • 2009 Energy Efficiency for Kosova through Sustainable Buildings, UVT, Pristina
  • 2012 Schulbau in Österreich 1996-2011, NWV-Verlag, Vienna


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