The wind is whistling. And it’s raining, too. Nothing for friends of fair weather. And also not the environment for nature lovers. Because the way the former brown coal mining area Klettwitz looks now, it could be on the moon. But then one hears the sound of engines and sees plants growing in the distance and one slowly suspects that this moonscape will become a nature reserve in the future.
The team that has been moving masses of earth here since October 2015 belongs to the BTF Rönnebeck GmbH. The brothers Marcel and Renè Rönnebeck manage the family-run company specialising in construction and transport services.
“Renè and I originally each had a one-man business,” explains Marcel Rönnebeck, Managing Director.
“After a while, we received more and more jobs, so we merged our companies in 2013. A year later we founded BTF Rönnebeck GmbH and invested in construction equipment and tractors,” says the younger brother. The company now has 17 permanent employees.