Rita Ruoff-Breuer

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Rita Ruoff-Breuer is a German architect and building official. She held the office of President of the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning (BBR) from 2010 to 2014.

Ruoff-Breuer studied architecture at the Technical University of Berlin. After working for two years in freelance architectural offices, she completed her traineeship as a building consultant at the Bundesbaudirektion, the predecessor organisation of the BBR.

As project and subject area manager at the Southern Construction Office of the Special Assets and Construction Administration of the Berlin Chief Finance Office, she was responsible for the buildings of the US Allies in Berlin. After reunification, she took over the management of two federal building offices.

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