In 1971 Victor Schmitt and Dieter Stumpf founded the engineering office Schmitt & Stumpf in Munich. The core business at the time was providing final design for bridges and engineering structures, as well as design services for the public sector.
In 1988, Wolfgang Fruehauf joined the company to form Schmitt Stumpf Fruehauf and Partners. Prior to joining SSF, Mr. Fruehauf served as CEO in the Munich office of a large German construction company where he was responsible for infrastructure design.
Since this merger, the business has grown in size and strength and has considerably expanded its portfolio of services.
In 2008 the management board was expanded to include the engineers Christian Schmitt and Helmut Wolf. At the same time, the legal name changed to SSF Ingenieure GmbH.
In 2010, SSF Ingenieure GmbH transformed into SSF Ingenieure AG. Messieurs Victor Schmitt, Dieter Stumpf and Wolfgang Frühauf retired from their operational position, withdrew from the management and changed to the supervisory board. Christian Schmitt and Helmut Wolf will henceforth assume the management of SSF Ingenieure AG. In January 2011 the management has been expanded by the engineer Anton Braun.