Sven Schneeweiß. Credit: MEC METRO-ECE Centermanagement GmbH & Co. KG

MEC fills the position of Head of Technical Property Management from its own ranks

Sven Schneeweiß moves up into a leading position.

MEC METRO-ECE Centermanagement GmbH & Co. KG is filling the position of Head of Technical Property Management (TPM) with immediate effect with Sven Schneeweiß. He will take over the management of the division from Sebastian Kienert, CFO, who had previously managed it ad interim.

More technical know-how in management

“With Sven Schneeweiß as the new head of TPM, we have chosen an experienced technician and businessman to meet the demand for complex technical construction projects,” says CFO Sebastian Kienert.

Together with the experienced project managers in the TPM team, Schneeweiß is responsible for larger-volume construction projects. These include, for example, complex rental area conversions, comprehensive modernisation of technical facilities, centre extensions and refurbishments. In addition, the management of the AVA department (tendering, awarding, invoicing) falls under his new area of responsibility.

MEC offers everything from a single source, from the procurement of building rights to project management and project management to warranty tracking. MEC thus meets the increasing demand on the investor side to comply with customer-specific specifications and to professionally handle construction projects during implementation.

Key position is filled internally by MEC

“I look forward to the challenge. My goal is to understand the needs of our customers even better and to strengthen our employees in their abilities in order to achieve exceptional performance,” says Schneeweiß.

The new Head of TPM Sven Schneeweiß joined MEC in June 2017 as Technical Property Manager and was most recently employed as Project Manager. Prior to this, he worked for nine years in facility management at OBI Deutschland GmbH. Further stations were Deutsche Heimwerkermarkt Holding GmbH and Acerplan Planungsgesellschaft.

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