23.10.2013
FLUG REVUE

BER: Amman ousted from Chief Operating Officer role

The Supervisory Board of Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH decided today to assign a new full-time position to Mr Horst Amann.

He has been relegated to the position of Managing Director of Flughafen Energie und Wasser GmbH (FEW). FEW is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the airport operating company which provides utility and disposal services to FBB. Mr Amann’s role as Chief Operating Officer of FBB will therefore draw to a close.

The operating company of Berlin‘s airports, Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH (FBB) has also announced that further planning and preliminary work is needed to allow Siemens to start working on the modifications to the control functions of the smoke extraction system.

The package adopted today includes the preliminary planning for modifications of individual smoke extraction systems in the terminal building; the planning and coordination of construction works to be carried out by Siemens and other companies; the construction of a sprinkler system in the North Pier of the new airport. A building permission was granted last week; and final construction works in the North Pier and in the terminal building.




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