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Events
Semi-annual series of lectures on the medium-term outlook of the European construction markets covered by the EUROCONSTRUCT network.

Next: Winter 2022,  94th Conference, London, UK, 17th-18th November.
Past: Summer 2022, 9/10 June, Poland

Recent plublications
Articles from our blog
:
The end of abundance, seen from the Spanish construction sector, September 2022
Three becomes 102, August 2022
Sustainability: A key part of Commercial Real Estate, July 2022
The non-residential market in Poland after the Covid-19 pandemic, June 2022
Impact of rising prices on future construction output, May 2022
The Capacity to meet Ambitions, April 2022
Scenario forecat for the Swiss construction market, March 2022
Forecasting the Energy Performance Certificate distribution. February 2022.
How does the pandemic affect office workers’ housing plans? January 2022.
A Swedish drama in three acts, December 2021.
Strong recovery of European construction in 2021. November 2021.
Danish construction boom slows down. October 2021.
Material shortages threaten construction. September 2021.
The real problems of Czech construction. August 2021.
EECFA’s 2021 summer construction forecast. July 2021.
Strong rebound in European construction in 2021. June 2021.
European construction: Recovery in sight. May 2021.
DIY boom in Europe and the US. April 2021.

Polish construction in the pandemic year of 2020 - the collapse of non-residential construction. March 2021.
Belgium: Advantages of new housing. February 2021.
Spain and the EU Recovery Plan: expectations for growth, hopes for change. January 2021.
Current impact of Covid-19 on new building permits in Germany. December 2020.
How will Ireland deliver the infrastructure that secures our economic future now and into the future? November 2020.
The new “super-bonus”, in between confusion and expectation. October 2020.
Slovak real estate price trends. September 2020.
EUROCONSTRUCT Special Update August 2020 – Visual Summary. August 2020.
The Dutch construction sector in times of crisis. July 2020.
Retrospective on a global health crisis that has deeply impacted economies. June 2020.
Swiss construction and Covid-19. May 2020.
Will the coronavirus induce another eurozone crisis? April 2020.
European housing markets - Favouring who? March 2020.
Construction trends and future infrastructure in Denmark. February 2020.
Update on the UK construction market. January 2020.
Construction equipment rental is one of the most significant sectors serving construction sites. December 2019.
How a construction boom affects public procurement, November 2019
New challenges for European construction after 2020, October 2019
Construction in Slovakia: 2019 mid-term evaluation, September 2019
Governmental measures for housing promotion and support in Belgium, August 2019
About the German renovation market, July 2019
Ireland's growing pains, June 2019
Still booming after all these years, May 2019
Water sector requests urgent intervention, April 2019
Can we blame transport infrastructure? March 2019
The grass is greener on the real estate side, February 2019
EECFA’s Winter Construction Forecast, January 2019
Ecological and Functional Technical Mortars, December 2018
Insights on increasing the energy efficiency of the Dutch housing stock November 2018
In France, the recovery in construction activity is leading to supply bottlenecks in employment October 2018
Construction materials, methods and design: Paradigm changes to come September 2018
Game changer regulation in Hungary’s housing market: what project information implies August 2018
Swiss institutional investors' real estate investments pose a downside risk July 2018
2018 to 2020 construction growth is not London-centric June 2018
Living conditions in the Nordic countries are world's top class April 2018
Structural Changes in Polish Construction March 2018
Economic Impact of Seismic Risk Reduction in Italy February 2018
Public procurement in the Czech Republic January 2018
Boom in Austria's construction sector December 2017
Changes in the nature of demand for construction works in Belgium November 2017
Swansong for the construction of 1+2 family homes in Germany October 2017
Swansong for the construction of 1+2 family homes in Germany September 2017

Rising tide, but not all boats will lift August 2017
Economic update on Slovak Republic July 2017
Is Sweden leading the way? June 2017
Same, same - but different May 2017
Dutch quality assurance in construction April 2017
Long-term value of construction March 2017
Nowcasting, short forecasting - the project-based approach February 2017
Transport infrastructure investments in Switzerland January 2017

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Markets and Members

  Markets

  Members

AUSTRIA

  WIFO - Austrian Institute of Economic Research

BELGIUM

  Aquiec-Vkebi

CZECH REPUBLIC

  STEM/MARK

DENMARK

  CIFS - The Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies

FINLAND

  Forecon Ltd

FRANCE

  Le BIPE - BDO Advisory

GERMANY

  IFO Institute

HUNGARY

  Buildecon Ltd

IRELAND

  EY Economic Advisory

ITALY

  CRESME

NETHERLANDS

  EIB - Economic Institute for Construction and Housing

NORWAY

  Prognosesenteret AS 

POLAND

  PAB - Polish Construction Research & Forecasting 

PORTUGAL

  Tecninvest 2 Lda

SLOVAK REPUBLIC

  ┌EOS - Komercia, a.s 

SPAIN

  ITeC - The Catalonia Institute of Construction Technology

SWEDEN

  Prognoscentret AB

SWITZERLAND

  KOF Swiss Economic Institute at ETH, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich 

UNITED KINGDOM

  Construction Futures, Experian plc

More information

  HERE
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Reports

The EUROCONSTRUCT books (Country Report and Summary Report) are entirely in English.

COUNTRY REPORT

 

SUMMARY REPORT

Detailed mid-term forecasts with in-depth national market information; series published since 1976.

Country-by-country construction market analyses on 470 pages covering

  • 19 countries
  • 3 main building segments
  • including subsectors &
  • macro-economic trends
 

Comprehensive and well llustrated with maps, charts and tables; series published since 1990s.
Europewide sectoral construction market overview on 188 pages
covering

  • Overall economy
  • Housing construction
  • Non-residential
  • Civil engineering
TABLE OF CONTENTS   TABLE OF CONTENTS

More information on EUROCONSTRUCT reports here.

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