In 1993, Mag. Günter Moser sets up his Technical Office in Winkl/Traunkirchen and prepares geotechnical reports and groundwater investigations.
In 1996, Mag. Wolfgang Jaritz and Mag. Andreas Bammer were the company’s first employees.
In 1997, the Technical Office is converted to a civil engineering office and two further employees are taken on. The list of customers also grows with orders handled throughout Austria; a branch office is opened in Saalfelden.
In 2000, Mag. Jaritz becomes an equal partner in the company, and the office is changed from a one-man enterprise to Ziviltechniker OEG and in 2001 to Ziviltechniker GmbH (limited liability engineering company).
In 2001, the company moves into its newly constructed office in Gmunden.
Since its inception, Ziviltechniker GmbH has been growing steadily – both geographically and in terms of its expertise. This professional expansion is driven by taking on employees with relevant technical expertise in the fields of civil engineering, cultivation techniques, torrent and avalanche defences as well as landscape ecology.
In 2007, the Saalfelden office expands to include the construction of a new office building, and new employees are taken on.
In 2011, the office in Saalfelden is extended and the staff in the branch office increases to 12 employees.
In 2017, the takeover of Premstaller Geotechnik ZT-GmbH expands the company’s technical expertise. The team swells to 40 employees. With the arrival of the engineers DI Thomas Freudenthaler and Mag. DI Alexander Leitich, Moser/Jaritz ZT-GmbH and Moser-Jaritz+Partner ZT-GmbH change their name to mjp Ziviltechniker GmbH. Together, they handle orders throughout Austria and abroad – around 1,000 projects of differing sizes every year.
In 2019, the office in Kitzbühel is opened to meet the steadily growing number of projects.