This report provides a visual overview of Europe’s demolition industry from data gathered in 2020. It includes forecasts and specific information about the demolition activity given by the contractors themselves, as well as new questions.
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This guide is the result of multiple work meetings, review and discussion of related documents, and intense work on organizing information, to make a document that follows a logical line.
The European Demolition Association, EDA, has prepared a specific report to analyze the impact of the COVID-19 on the European demolition companies.
The CECE Annual Economic Report contains sections on the macro economic situation, the performance of the construction sector, the main markets and main segments of the European construction equipment industry.
This document is intended for those involved in the construction industry, including economic operators in the value chain, policy-makers, legal and technical actors.
The EDA yearbook 2019 includes the goals made by EDA members, the novelties of equipment and products to contribute to the strengthening of the industry and texts from collaborators and partners.
The European Demolition Industry Report 2019 includes detailed information about the trends of the demolition industry in the previous years, forecasts and comparative graphs with the information collected in previous editions.
Construction stakeholders call upon the European Commission to strengthen the current construction policy context by creating a new vision for the built environment
This publication collects the presentations that took place during the conference held on 24th May 2019, in the frame of EDA Study Tour 2019.
This publication collects the hosts’ presentations that took place during the trip from 19th to 24 May 2019.
The revision of the energy performance in buildings directive will have a significant impact on economic activities in the construction sector.
The European D&D market growth rate for the next 20 years is expected to be somewhat moderate, with a decline of the UK D&D expenses balanced by the rise of the German program. The decline of the German program will then be balanced by the rise of the French program.