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CTP appoints Emanoil Dascalu as Construction Director for Romania

CTP has appointed Emanoil Dascalu as Construction Director for Romania. He will oversee the company's construction projects throughout the country. This new addition will strengthen the local team to continue CTP's accelerated expansion rhythm on the Romanian market.

2018-02-20 13:41:04

Emanoil Dascalu will be responsible for managing all CTP's construction activities in Romania. He has an extensive experience in construction management on all real estate's segments and previously coordinated the development of a network of multiple warehouses, hypermarkets, and office buildings.

From 2003 to 2005, he was consultant for the General Manager of Aedificia Carpati. For almost seven years he was Director of the retail company Kaufland Romania, where was actively involved in the development and implementation of building standards together with the international department.

Between 2011 and 2013, Emanoil Dascalu was the representative of Kaufland Romania at the Foreign Investors Council as a member in the committee of infrastructure, and member at the Romanian-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce. He also worked as Secretary of State at the Ministry of European Funds and was responsible for the Large Infrastructure Operational Program.

Emanoil Dascalu graduated from the University for Construction Engineering in Regensburg, Germany and he started his activity as Construction Director of CTP Romania this week.

CTP's Romanian team currently consists out of approximately 60 team members who are involved in full property development from land acquisition to construction, finance and property management.



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