ENGINEERS & ARCHITECTS
active in the Thessaloniki Burned Area
Civil engineer Konstantinos Panagioti Kokoropoulos (Chamber reg. no. 546) received his diploma in 1916 from Munich’s Technische Hochschule.
Immediately after graduation and until 1919, he worked as an engineer with the engineering companies "Gebrüder Röchling " in Munich and "Rudolf Wolle" in Leipzig (metal constructions, building and water-engineering works). After he returned to Athens, he served as a Public Works engineer at the office of Structural Inspections of the ministry of Transport from 1919 until 1920. For the next four years, he worked as the manager of the Thessaloniki branch of the Technical Office “I. Varouxakis”. After 1924, he worked as a private contractor. His office was located at 52-53 Drakoulis Mansion (present day 12 Venizelou & 17 Mitropoleos Str.) in Thessaloniki.
In 1923, 1924 and 1927 he served as a member of the Technical Advisory Board of the General Administration of Macedonia and Thessaloniki’s Urban Planning Office. From 1930 he served as the representative of the Technical Chamber of Greece in the Board of Thessaloniki’s International Trade Fair. He was also a member of the latter’s Executive Board. After 1931 he served as an inspector of the Technical Services of the Municipality of Thessaloniki.