Siemens opens major research campus for Bavaria

Siemens opens major research campus for Bavaria

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By Nick Flaherty

Siemens has officially opened one of its largest construction projects worldwide with a research centre for Bavaria.

The Siemens Campus Erlangen is intended to be a catalyst for the Nuremberg metropolitan region as the heart of over €1.2bn of investment in the region.

Roland Busch, President and CEO of Siemens AG and Markus Söder, Minister-President of the German State of Bavaria, visited the building this week to mark the grand opening of the Siemens Campus Erlangen.

As an open section of town on a total of 540,000 square meters in the city of Erlangen, the campus includes research labs and offices for the Siemens Managing Board with over 17,000 employees from Siemens and Siemens Energy.

(Left to right) Saskia Krausser (workers council representative), Dr. Florian Janik (Mayor of the City of Erlangen), Dr. Zsolt Sluitner (CEO Siemens Real Estate), Joachim Herrmann (Bavarian Minister of the Interior), Prof. Dr. Ralf Thomas (CFO Siemens), Dr. Markus Söder (Bavarian Prime Minister), Dr. Roland Busch (CEO Siemens), Kurt Zech (CEO Zech Group SE), Jürgen Engel (Owner of the architectural office KSP Engel), Max Bögl (Partner and Shareholder of Max Bögl)


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