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Prologis Hungary welcomes new member of project management team

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Rita Lippai has been appointed project manager for the Hungarian unit of leading global real estate company Prologis, joining its project management team, it was announced today (October 5). Lippai will be responsible for overseeing all modernization works and development, and previously worked for AIG/Lincoln in Hungary, where she gathered a wide range of experience in the project management of developments and fit-out projects.

“Rita brings a well-established, customer-focused approach to our construction and development services team,” said Balázs Bellák, head of project management CEE for Prologis. “We are delighted to have such a talented expert who will oversee all modernization works and development activities to better serve our customers and further strengthen our portfolio in Hungary.”

Lippai studied for her Ph.D. at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics’ Graduate School of Corporate Economics and Management. She holds B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in architectural engineering, as well as a B.Sc. and an M.Sc. in engineering management.

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