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CTP expands its management team to support business growth

CTP announces changes and the expansion of its management team, both local and international, to continue the development of the organization and to support the accelerated business growth.

2018-01-23 10:24:56

Robert Pitt joined CTP's international team as Chief Operating Officer, starting the end of last year and Iuliana Busca and Andreea Enescu will run the business development team in Romania, starting February 1st, 2018.

Robert Pitt will assist in setting up the processes needed to efficiently help the operational structure of the company, both at local and international level, thus preparing CTP for the further growth needed to achieve its ambitious goals. He will focus on the HR, IT, Legal, Controlling and Construction, Design, Permitting and Procurement, and will also work with the local construction team on the projects under development throughout the country.

"Over the past 24 months CTP has significantly expanded operations and is currently active throughout CEE. The new CTP employs 350 people with a plan to double the portfolio and reach 10 million sqm of lettable by 2022. Pitt brings experience and drive and will contribute much to getting CTP ready for growth and his hand-on attitude will help CTP operationally", stated Remon Vos, CEO of CTP and Country Head for Romania.

CTP Romania has set clear tasks to reach total lettable area of 1,5 million sqm by 2019. The demand is driven by CTPs long term clients.

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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