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Implenia renovates first section of Jakobshorn cable car in Davos – Following general planning, contracts worth over CHF 23 million secured for total services and cable car technology | Build time of just eight months despite structural complexity | Reference project for Implenia in growth market for infrastructure renovations
2014 General Meeting approves all proposals – Dividend increased to CHF 1.60 per share (+ 14.3%) | Shareholders approve changes to Articles of Association | Growing order book
Project start on the Semmering base tunnel postponed to resume in about six months – A consortium, in which Implenia participates, uses time on site for preparatory work | Insignificant financial implications
Implenia with a strong performance in 2013 – Group breaks operational and financial records | Major contracts in Norway and Austria confirm success in foreign markets | Higher dividend | Full order book and confident outlook
Change of personnel on the Group Executive Board – Head of Buildings, René Zahnd, becomes new Head of the Modernisation & Development Business Unit | Stephan Wüstemann takes over as new Head of Buildings and joins Implenia's Group Executive Board
Implenia wins major order to construct Semmering base tunnel – Austrian Federal Railways award CHF 770 million contract for Lot 2.1 to consortium in which Implenia has the technical lead and a 50% stake | Key strategic acquisition as Implenia continues to build up its infrastructure business in Western Europe
Implenia secures record project in Norway – Contract signed to build the new E6 road around 80 kilometres northwest of Lillehammer | At approximately CHF 230 million largest single road infrastructure contract ever awarded in Norway