FIEC Statistical Report 2024 is out

On 10 June, FIEC launched the 67th edition of its Statistical Report, a digital publication where you can explore the latest figures, trends, data and activities of the construction industry in 22 European countries.2023 was a year full of major challenges for the construction industry, with investment in construction declining at a rate of 2,2%. The outlook for the construction market varies across the EU, with growth in some countries and contraction in others.

The report highlights worrying trends in the residential construction sector, with housebuilding activity expected to fall by 5.7% this year.

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Final Conference of the Eurodétachement project

The Final Conference of the European project Eurodétachement 6 will take place online on 14 June, from 10h00 to 12h00. This event aims to disseminate the results of the Eurodétachement 6 project on “Posting of workers: strengthening and deepening transnational cooperation”.The Eurodétachement 6 – ED6 project, launched in 2023, aims at improving the effectiveness of the EU law regarding the posting of workers in Europe, through the development of transnational cooperation practices.

You can register here: https://cvip.sphinxonline.net/surveyserver/s/Intefp/Inscription_conference_finale/questionnaire.htm

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Soka-Bau delegation visited FIEC

On 5 June, a delegation of SOKA-BAU, the German paritarian fund that manages the paid holidays and the supplementary pension fund for the construction industry, visited FIEC.
The discussions focused on the role of FIEC towards the EU institutions and on issues related to labour law, labour mobilty,  fair working conditions and level-playing field in construction, as well as the role and importance of the paritarian funds for the construction sector.

 

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Video of the Month:
Philippe Dessoy, CICA President, interviewed by FIEC

FIEC questioned Mr Philippe Dessoy, President of the Conferderation of International Contractors’ Association (CICA) to communicate on how CICA works to encourage the adoption of sustainable standards in the construction sector and on further initiatives.CICA is FIEC’s longlasting partner. It is a non-profit, voluntary and global association of trade organisations representing member construction companies from their respective regions. CICA speaks for the construction industry on technical, legal and political matters of international concern and provides a forum for fellowship, cooperation and interaction with member federations and linked institutions. It is also acting as a “club” for contractors of any size and as a “representative of interests” at international level interacting with worldwide public bodies. among other objectives, CICA encourages the exchange of experiences, information and technical knowledge to promote investment in engineering and building that enhances both the built environment and the quality of life for all.

We thank Mr Dessoy for this release feeding FIEC “Video of the Month” section.

 

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