The wooden formwork has been taken off the wall and we see a collection of the clamps that held it in place. Notice the decoration at the top of wall. The impressions were made by wooden pieces fastened to the interior of the formwork. September 2, 2011August 3. to 8. 2011 was the last time we reported on the construction of an additional segment of the wall behind the metal shop. We can see a good photo of the wall form in the 8/5/2011 posting.The concrete wall has cured and construction staff and workshop participants are assembled to remove the formwork. The crew.Photos were taken by planning intern Julie Pedtke
Dutch telco KPN has named Joost Farwerch as managing director of its Dutch operations. KPN has also appointed Godert Vinkesteijn as chief financial officer, KPN Netherlands.KPN has set the goal of stabilising its share of the Dutch mobile and fixed-broadband maket by the end of this year and to improve its cost base.Farwerck and Vinkesteijn currently sit on the executive committee of KPN’s home consumer division.
European broadcaster Modern Times Group (MTG) is renaming its Viasat-branded broadcast operations base in London.The division will be known simply as MTG, while its wholesales channels business Viasat World is becoming MTG World.The Viasat brand will remain in various territories as a channel name.MTG has also launched a new corporate identity and logo.“Our new identity and values are there to inspire and guide us, every day. It’s important to not only understand the values we need to succeed, but to make sure that the whole organization lives those values. We need to have a healthy balance between working hard and having fun together while we do it. Our new logo is a bold step in this direction, and its open and playful design reflects the digital entertainment company we are today,” said Jørgen Madsen Lindemann, MTG president and CEO.
Modern Times Group (MTG), now separated from TV and broadcasting offshoot Nordic Entertainment, has named Thomas Schmidt as chief commercial officer of its eSport subsidiary ESL.Schmidt, who joined ESL as a non-executive board member in October last year, was previously responsible for the global media rights business of the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League.In his new role, he will be responsible for developing ESL’s global sales and expanding all existing and new brand partners and media distribution revenue streams.Jørgen Madsen Lindemann, President CEO of MTG said: “Thomas’s experience in expanding the distribution and marketing of the UEFA Champions League will together with the ESL team help this young esports industry reach its true potential. He is a great addition to the ESL team and will be key to driving continued growth for MTG’s world-leading esports business.”Schmidt said: “Over the past few years, esports enjoyed an explosive growth in popularity all around the world. However, the commercial development of esports is still in its infancy and has just started to explore its potential.ESL is the global powerhouse of esports, and in my view best placed to drive the sport forward and lead its commercial direction. I’m delighted to join ESL’s vibrant team of ambitious and talented people.”