New EIC president

01 May 2008

The general assembly of European International Contractors (EIC) has elected Italian Gian Alfonso Borromeo as its new president.

Mr Borromeo, who is currently chief executive officer of Italstade and general area manager of Astaldi, took over the EIC presidential role from Karl Rönnberg of Germany last month. He is the second Italian to hold the post in the EIC's 35 year history.

Mr Borromeo has already said that he intends to continue the work of his predecessors in promoting the EIC as an important discussion forum for the construction industry with multilateral financial institutions and European policy makers.

“The EIC is second to none when is comes to presenting a unanimous voice for European contractors for international construction business and policy issues,” he said.

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