Johannes Dotter takes over the management of ALPINE
Personnel decision underlines the owner's clear commitment to
ALPINE as an Austrian enterprise
SALZBURG Austria's second largest construction company, the Salzburg- based ALPINE, will now be
managed by the experienced construction manager, DI Johannes Dotter. The 50-year-old Austrian
national was appointed as the managing director of ALPINE Holding, a global player company. ALPINE
operates in 30 countries and generates revenue from construction services of around 3.5 billion
euros each year.
By appointing DI Johannes Dotter, ALPINE's owner, the FCC Group based in Madrid, and Salzburg's
Dietmar Aluta-Oltyan demonstrate their clear commitment to ALPINE as an Austrian company. DI
Johannes Dotter has over 25 years of experience in the branch and is a first-class manager with a
perfect knowledge of Austria, ALPINE's domestic market. The Austria bonus and his extensive
international experience are ideal prerequisites for the successful continuation of ALPINE's business
under a new management.
Born February 7, 1961 in Vienna, Johannes Dotter graduated from the School of Engineering in
Mödling before studying civil engineering at the Vienna University of Technology. Dotter started his
career in the construction industry in 1987, holding various executive offices in renowned Austrian
construction companies. Dotter was a director with PORR AG before advancing to the position of
managing director of Austria's second largest construction company, ALPINE Holding GmbH.
Johannes Dotter is married and has two daughters.
ALPINE: an Austrian success story
The Austrian ALPINE Construction Company is a member of the FCC Group and has built roads,
motorways, power plants, stadiums, railways and subways, bridges, residential, commercial and
industrial buildings around the world. Together with its subsidiary, ALPINE-ENERGIE, it promotes the
construction and development of sustainable, alternative energies and energy networks.
Approximately half of the revenue from construction services of around 3.5 billion euros per year is
generated in Austria's domestic market.
ALPINE has won international acclaim with foreign projects: ALPINE is responsible for the
construction of three stadiums for the 2012 European Football Championships in Poland as well as
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subway lines in New Delhi and Singapore, the Bulgarian hydraulic power plant in Tsankov Kamak and
hundreds of other construction projects of every type and size.
FCC is a global citizen services group which operates in the areas of infrastructure (cement,
construction and industrial services), environmental services, water, and renewable energy. It has a
presence in more than 50 countries and a staff of over 90.000 people. In the last fiscal year 2010, its
revenues exceed 12 billion Euros and a net profit over 300 million Euros
Questions: Mag. Johannes Gfrerer
Spokesman for the ALPINE Group
Tel. +43 664 9638000
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