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Virus poses existential threat to the EU
Uneven recovery could unsettle unity of member states says EU commissioner Paolo Gentiloni
Video: Too much tech power in construction?
Domenico Campogrande of FIEC discusses the challenges of technology for the construction industry
CECE survey paints bleak picture
More than 60% of OEMs in Europe report significant reductions in production and a further 15% are at zero production.
ERA: Rental and the climate conundrum
We need to build but must also decarbonise and reduce waste…could rental be part of the solution?
FIEC: Construction and the software revolution
Contractors’ association discusses the grip tech firms have on the construction industry
CECE: Too much red tape
European manufacturers’ association calls on EC to reconsider directive on chemical recycling
Podcast: Learning lessons from the crisis in Europe
Riccardo Viaggi of CECE discusses the current situation for equipment manufacturers in Europe
Vinci reports gradual resumption in France
Construction activity in France starts to recover but group expects ‘pronounced decline’ in revenues
European construction buckles under virus lockdown
Hard-hit countries prepare to ease restrictions as measures take their toll on Europe’s economy
Video: Europe’s response to Covid-19 crisis
Domenico Campogrande of FIEC discusses the current situation for contractors
FIEC calls for urgent support for construction
European Construction Industry Federation calls for three urgent measures, including force majeure status for crisis
Varso Tower: The challenges of high-rise
Construction Europe visited Warsaw, Poland, to see the construction site of the EU’s tallest tower
European construction on the rise
Eurostat reports a 0.7% increase in construction activity in November 2019
BIMcert event highlights importance of digitalisation
Speakers will discuss technology’s role in the reduction of carbon emissions in construction
EU reforms could cost construction jobs
FIEC says proposed Basel III reforms could result in reduced bank lending for European projects
Concrete plans for Austria’s Brenner Base Tunnel
One of the largest phases is underway on the Austria - Italy tunnel being constructed below the Alps
Albania’s EU membership dependent on infrastructure
Consortium headed up by Hill International created to improve country’s construction methods
Registration opens for CECE Summit 2019
Association’s Brussels event to focus on innovation’s contribution to sustainable construction
Loxam makes offer for Ramirent
Combination of Loxam and Ramirent would create a €2.2 billion rental business
EU projects to benefit from €400 billion fund
European Investment Bank approves spending for infrastructure projects in EU member states
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