12.01.1968 Josef Angst founds the surveying office at Friedrichstrasse 2 (Karlsplatz) in Vienna’s 1st District with two employees.
First contract: Easement plan on Sterngasse, Vienna’s 23rd District, awarded by the Office of the Vienna Provincial Government.
Surveying of the Trans-Austria Gas Pipeline 1 with a length of around 380 km.
Josef Angst acquires a building at Mayergasse 11, in Vienna’s 2nd District, converting around 500 m² to office space.
Completion of and move to the new offices in Vienna’s 2nd District.
Start of work to create the digital map of Vienna (Mehrzweckkarte MZK) with a scale of 1:200 by surveying the entire road network.
Introduction of computer-aided design (CAD) as one of the first surveying offices in Austria.
Holding of training courses on the use of IT and CAD for the Austrian Employment Service (AMS) until 1990.
First ever creation of digital floor plans, setting out work and altitude mapping (facility management) for Vienna International Airport.
Surveying of the second Trans-Austria Gas Pipeline 2.
20th anniversary of Vermessung Angst.
Creation of digital floor plans for part of Munich’s new airport together with the subsidiary FACOS Consult.
First subsidiaries founded in CEE countries (CZ, SK & H), Geodis Group created.
Michaela Ragossnig-Angst, daughter, joins the team, bringing her technical and commercial expertise.
Complete conversion of the entire building in Vienna’s 2nd District to office space with approx. 1,200 m² of usable floor space.
Appointment of Josef Angst as university lecturer in the field of engineering geodetic information systems in facility management.
Establishment of Vermessung Angst ZT Ltd. with head offices in Vienna and a local office in Schwechat.
First surveying office in Austria to be certified according to ISO 9001.
30th anniversary of Vermessung Angst with open day event at Vienna head office
Robert Angst, son, founds the property development company Immobilien 4 You.
First use of a laser scanner during the surveying of the Otto Wagner Church in Steinhof (Vienna).
Following the death of his mother, Robert Angst assumes control of the real estate and property management company Georeal GmbH, a sister company of Vermessung Angst.
Michaela Ragossnig-Angst becomes a member of the management team.
The sole proprietorship DI Josef Angst is incorporated into Vermessung Angst ZT GmbH.
Robert Angst architect’s firm is founded, meaning that a variety of disciplines in a project can be covered.
Together with the partner company GEODIS Brno, a large part of Romania is mapped true to scale using orthophotos.
The project fundamentals are set (until 2008) for the Trans Adriatic Pipeline in Albania, Greece and Italy.
ASFiNAG LOS (performance-based management of motorway maintenance) and noise protection (UV) project together with a consortium of eight companies.
Construction site supervision of the A5 North motorway extension Eibesbrunn-Schrick (Lower Austria). Creating the junction to the north of Vienna where the S1 Eibesbrunn-Korneuburg and S1 Ost Eibesbrunn-Süßenbrunn join.
40th anniversary of Vermessung Angst.
The title of ‘Baurat h.c.’ is awarded to Josef Angst.
Expansion in Austria with the acquisition of Vermessung Kärnten Moritz ZT GmbH in Villach.
Acquisition of Vermessungsbüro Gressl in Völkermarkt. Restructuring of the company under the umbrella of the Angst Group.