GU-Abteilung

English translation: general contracting department

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German term or phrase:GU-Abteilung
English translation:general contracting department
Entered by: Sueg

08:49 Jan 30, 2004
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Architecture
German term or phrase: GU-Abteilung
Berufserfahrung.....Abteilungsleiter der Planungs-, Bauträger- und GU-Abteilung der FirmaXXX
Sueg
Austria
Local time: 21:56
general contracting department
Explanation:
GU stands for Generalunternehmer (general contractor)

examples:
The General Contracting department is currently processing a very high building volume, whereby various projects are in the conclusion phase. ...
from: www.iccham.com/PDFs/Aktionaerbrief_e_bs Sept01.pdf

Sam was with Pease & Sons for 27 years, 20 of which were in the mechanical department, and 7 of which were in the general contracting department.

from: http://www.pinnellbusch.com/main.cfm?action=profiles
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Michael Pauls
Germany
Local time: 21:56
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general contracting department


Explanation:
GU stands for Generalunternehmer (general contractor)

examples:
The General Contracting department is currently processing a very high building volume, whereby various projects are in the conclusion phase. ...
from: www.iccham.com/PDFs/Aktionaerbrief_e_bs Sept01.pdf

Sam was with Pease & Sons for 27 years, 20 of which were in the mechanical department, and 7 of which were in the general contracting department.

from: http://www.pinnellbusch.com/main.cfm?action=profiles


Michael Pauls
Germany
Local time: 21:56
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in category: 8
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