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Stuttgart–Ulm Rail Project: Michael Pradel Becomes New Technical Director

Generation change at the management level of the Stuttgart-Ulm rail project: Michael Pradel (47) will join the executive board of DB Projekt Stuttgart–Ulm GmbH (PSU) on 1 May 2021, where he will take over as Technical Director.

Manfred Leger Leaves the Management Board

Manfred Leger (67) is leaving the management of PSU after seven and a half years due to his age and will become senior expert for the Infrastructure Projects Region South division of DB Netz AG from 1 May 2021.

Michael Pradel started in 2015 as Head of Construction for the future Stuttgart Central Station, and since July 2020 he...

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