building and construction sector

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The COVID-19 pandemic and its attendant effect on markets and commercial activity will likely present a range of challenges to the engineering and construction (E&C) industry — challenges that could deepen depending on the severity and length of the crisis in the US and globally. Uncertainty surrounding the duration and severity of this crisis make it hard to anticipate how a recovery could unfold for the industry.   
Post date: 28 Apr 2020
Type: News

La situación de emergencia que vive nuestra sociedad estos días ha puesto de manifiesto la necesidad de digitalización de los sectores productivos en nuestro país. Actualmente casi la mitad de la población española todavía carece de competencias digitales, lo que sin duda implica un elevado riesgo de exclusión en un contexto laboral incierto y cada vez más digital.  
Post date: 24 Apr 2020
Type: News

A major economic challenge will face us all once the COVID-19 crisis passes.
Post date: 21 Apr 2020
Type: Publication

Due to the Covid-19 containment measures, please check the latest status of the event at the organisers’ webpage.  
Post date: 17 Apr 2020
Type: Ereignis

What if every single act of design and construction made the world a better place?  
Post date: 17 Apr 2020
Type: Link

Join the Renovate Europe webinar "Buildings & Recovery Measures" on 23/04 (09:30-10:30).   In collaboration with our partners DENEFF, SYNERGI & NRP we will shed light on the role of energy renovation of buildings in EU economic recovery!   To register send a mail to : eva.brardinelli@euroace.org   THE RENOVATE EUROPE CAMPAIGN  
Post date: 16 Apr 2020
Type: Ereignis

Buildings are one of the main causes of the emission of greenhouse gases in the world; in Europe, for example, they are responsible for more than 30% of emissions, or about 900 million tons of CO2 per year. Heating and air conditioning are mainly responsible for greenhouse gas emissions in buildings.  
Post date: 23 Mär 2020
Type: Publication

The Latvian GDP grew by 4.8% during 2018, the highest GDP growth rate since 2010. The growth was driven by consumer spending and strong investment levels supported by EU fund inflows.  
Post date: 23 Mär 2020
Type: Publication

The volume index of production in the narrow construction sector increased marginally, by 2.3% over the 2015-2018 period. The production in building construction increased slightly by 1.1%, while civil engineering construction experienced a higher growth of 6.1% over the same period.  
Post date: 23 Mär 2020
Type: Publication

Green Integrated Structural Elements for Retrofitting and New Construction of Buildings The Need  
Post date: 20 Mär 2020
Type: Link