Imtech: Extension Board of Management Royal Imtech

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Royal Imtech N.V. (Imtech) announces today the appointment of Mr. Felix N. Colsman as a member of the Board of Management of Imtech with effect from 1 October 2013 or so much earlier as possible. Mr. Colsman's appointment to the Board of Management is subject to shareholder appointment at an Extraordinary General Meeting of Imtech that will be scheduled in due course.

Mr. Colsman will be responsible for Imtech Germany and Eastern Europe.

Mr. Colsman (1970) is a German national and has served as Vice President and General Manager Service and Technology Europe of Johnson Controls' Building Efficiency division. Prior to that, Mr. Colsman was Managing Director at Minimax, a global leader in fire protection. He also worked for The Boston Consulting Group and Heitkamp & Thumann Group.

Gerard van de Aast, CEO: "We are very pleased that Felix Colsman is joining Imtech's Board of Management. With his capability of strategic thinking, strong process orientation and analytical approach, Mr. Colsman will contribute to Imtech's recovery and future development in particular in Germany and Eastern Europe."

Imtech Germany and Eastern Europe generated revenues and other income of 1,372 million euro (in 2012) and has 5,479 employees. Imtech provides a variety of services around the buildings and industry markets focusing on energy contracting, clean-room technology, fire protection, power plants and systems, care & cure, data centers, airports and test solutions for the automotive industry.
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