Media release

Changes on Implenia’s Board of Directors

Toni Wicki and Philippe Zoelly not standing for re-election | Board of Directors thanks them for their work.

Dietlikon, 6 March 2012 – Board Members Toni Wicki and Philippe Zoelly have decided not to make themselves available for re-election to Implenia's Board of Directors at the General Meeting of 4 April 2012. Toni Wicki and Philippe Zoelly have sat on the Board since Implenia was founded in 2006, and in this role have helped to shape the success of Switzerland’s leading construction and construction services company. As a longstanding Member and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Zschokke Holding AG, Toni Wicki was one of the key figures in the merger between Zschokke and Batigroup to form Implenia. As Independent Lead Director on Implenia’s Board for a period, and as the long-serving Chair of the Audit Committee, he has made a significant contribution to the company. Philippe Zoelly joined Zschokke’s Board of Directors shortly before the creation of Implenia, and he has provided support as a long-standing Member of the Nominations and Compensation Committee. Markus Dennler, Chairman of the Board of Directors, said the following: “In the name of all my colleagues on the Board of Directors, I would like to thank Toni Wicki and Philippe Zoelly very much for the work they have done over many years. Their experience and their personal commitment for the job have contributed greatly to Implenia’s success.”

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Implenia is Switzerland's leading construction and construction services company. Formed in 2006 from the merger between Zschokke and Batigroup, Implenia can look back on more than 140 years of history in the construction industry. The company brings the expertise of its highly skilled Real Estate, Infrastructure Construction and Industrial Construction divisions under the single roof of a nationally and internationally active company. With its integrated business model and specialists operating in all its divisions, Implenia can manage a building project through its entire lifecycle and deliver work that is economical, sustainable, integrated and customer-centric.

Implenia, with its headquarters in Dietlikon near Zurich, employs more than 6000 people and posted turnover of CHF 2.5 billion in 2011. The company is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange (IMPN, CH0023868554). More information can be found at www.implenia.com.