Olaf Heinrich is in charge of helping the Life Science campus develop as a community. He started out working for several years as an attorney for a commercial law firm in Cologne, Germany, that specialized in real estate law before becoming corporate counsel at a company in the construction industry in 2000.
In 2002, he joined a federal project development company. Starting in 2007, he worked for CA Immo Deutschland GmbH, first as in-house counsel and then as head of branch office. In 2013, he moved to the public utility company Mainzer Stadtwerke as head of the real estate department, where his responsibilities included the development of the customs port and the Heiligkreuz district in Mainz.
Developing neighborhoods in which people are happy to work and live is a fascinating job, and one where we can actively help shape the future of the city. That is what motivates me, and it is also what I would like to achieve with the new campus.