BBB welcomes new international project manager
Further support for BBB’s engineering team
The 45-year-old Dane finished his Master of Mechanical Engineering in 1993 at the Aarhus School of Machine Engineering in Denmark. After his graduation Brønd completed the military service and later on became a globetrotter for professional reasons: On almost every continent he managed a variety of projects - including Brazil, where the BBB is also active. During the past ten years he has worked exclusively in the wind energy industry, for example for companies such as Suzlon Wind Energy, Force Technology or 8.2 Consulting AG and also as independent consultant.
"With his knowledge of the Scandinavian mentality and his high expertise he will support our company very well, especially at our projects in Northern Europe.", says Joachim Binotsch, one of three managing directors of BBB Umwelttechnik GmbH.
So far Brønd has no family of his own, so that he will mainly take care of BBB’s projects outside Germany. In his free time he enjoys motorbike riding and cooking together with good friends in Denmark.
BBB is an technical consulting firm in the wind energy business. Since 1996 BBB is internationally active on behalf of its customers in the development of wind energy projects.
BBB's engineers offer planning and engineering services all along the wind energy process-chain: from wind measurements and feasibility studies until construction supervision and the commissioning of the wind farm. Furthermore BBB has a considerable track record of technical due diligence - project assessments, in the onshore sector as well as in the offshore sector.
BBB Umwelttechnik is accredited for the elaboration of bankable wind and yield assessment reports and the execution of high-quality wind measurements (ISO/IEC17025:2005).
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