Imtech : Imtech: Hans Turkesteen appointed as new CFO, Boudewijn Gerner steps down as CFO

Imtech : Imtech: Hans Turkesteen appointed as new CFO, Boudewijn Gerner steps
                                 down as CFO

Gouda, the Netherlands - The Supervisory Board of Royal Imtech N.V. (technical
services provider in and outside Europe) announces that as of today Boudewijn
Gerner (61) steps down as CFO and member of the Board of Imtech. With effect
of 11 February 2013 Hans Turkesteen (49), currently CFO and member of the
Board of Management of Stork Technical Services, is appointed as new CFO and
nominated as member of the Board of Management. During the Annual General
Meeting of shareholders to be held later in 2013 his nomination must
officially be approved by the shareholders.

Rudy van der Meer, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Imtech: 'Boudewijn
Gerner can look back on a successful period at Imtech, but has indicated that
a changing of the guard is desired. This is partly due to the situation in
which the company now finds itself and also to the fact that it had already
been agreed that he would leave Imtech next year. During 2013 Boudewijn Gerner
will continue as advisor for Imtech. The Supervisory Board is Boudewijn Gerner
grateful for his personal contribution and dedication in recent years and
respects his decision. Imtech provides in his succession with the appointment
of Hans Turkesteen. Hans Turkesteen has extensive experience in the technical
services market and a broad financial background with a strong track record in
financial change and cash flow management. The proven capabilities of Hans
Turkesteen in financially navigating a company in challenging times will help
Imtech's recovery and future development.'

About Hans Turkesteen
Hans Turkesteen is a Certified Accountant. He began in 1982 as an accountant
at Andersen. In 1993 he was appointed as Partner and later Managing Partner of
Andersen Dutch M&A practice. He played an instrumental role in the transition
from Andersen to Deloitte, where he was responsible for Financial Advisory and
Capital Market practice. Since 2008 he has been CFO and member of the Board of
Management of Stork where he in August 2012 successfully implemented a
complete financial restructuring. Mr. Turkesteen has the Dutch nationality.

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Imtech profile
Royal Imtech N.V. is a European technical services provider in the fields of
electrical solutions, ICT (information and communication technology) and
mechanical solutions. With 29,000 employees, Imtech achieves annual revenue of
more than 5.1 billion euro. Imtech holds strong positions in the buildings and
industry markets in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria,
Eastern Europe, Sweden, Norway, Finland, the UK, Ireland, Turkey and Spain,
the European markets of ICT and Traffic as well as in the global marine
market. In total Imtech serves 23,000 customers. Imtech offers added value
with integrated and multidisciplinary total solutions that lead to better
business processes and more efficiency for customers and the customers they,
in their turn, serve. Imtech also offers solutions that contribute towards a
sustainable society - for example, in the areas of energy, the environment,
water and traffic. Imtech shares are listed on the NYSE Euronext Amsterdam,
where Imtech is included in the Midkap Index. Imtech shares are also included
in the Dow Jones STOXX 600 index.
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