EDA keeps on receiving sponsorships and collaborations from associations and entities for the EDA Yearbook 2020 that is going to be launched during the second half of the year.
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Following the work done since 2015, EDA prepares its European Demolition Industry Report 2020, the sixth edition of this document.
Environment Media Group (EMG) and the National Federation of Demolition Contractors (NFDC) have announced that DEMO EXPO will be co-locating with LETSRECYCLE LIVE on 12 & 13 May 2021 at the National Agricultural Exhibition Centre (NAEC) in Stoneleigh Park.
For more than 5 years, the European Demolition Association has been launching an online survey among contractors to get information to produce its European Industry Report.
LEZAMA DEMOLICIONES, with 25 years in the sector, is a company whose social objective is to carry out demolitions in all industrial sectors.
Due to the sanitary situation generated by the Covid-19 and its consequences in Europe and the world, the EDA Board of Directors has decided to cancel this year’s annual event, as the safety of attendees and sponsors is paramount.
The European Construction Sector Observatory (ECSO) has launched an analytical report in order to better understand, through national case studies, some of the main causes of late payment, and how policies and instruments are tackling this issue.
The National Association from the Netherlands, member of EDA, will celebrate this initiative in September 19, 2020.
During the 8th annual meeting of the High-Level Tripartite Strategic Forum of Construction 2020, the newly established group of 46 European construction organizations, of which EDA is a member, was officially presented.
The Construction 2020 High Level Tripartite Strategic Forum of the Commission’s “Construction 2020” Action Plan, held on 17 June, focused on the short-term responses to COVID-19 and how the Recovery Package including the Renovation Wave can support the construction ecosystem to recover, repair and emerge stronger from the crisis.
The Dowtime Index is a website that tracks the use of construction machinery on a weekly cycle in order to provide valuable information for professionals in the sector.
The guide will reflect the association’s experience of meetings, conferences, and regulatory sessions, at European level and also with many of our National Associations, about circular economy and construction.
After the success of the EDA yearbook 2019 with 300 online visits and 2000 printed copies, EDA is back again with a publication that will gather the highlights of 2020.
Practical information, references and public statement from EDA.
European Construction Sector Observatory (ESCO) publishes its report on skills development in the EU construction sector, which states that the sector will need 1 million new and replacement workers by 2025.