The construction sector is at the heart of our lives: construction enterprises and their workers build the homes we live in, the roads on which we travel and the buildings we work or learn in. European citizens spend on average over 90% of their time indoors, meaning that our health and well-being strongly depends on how our buildings are built, maintained and renovated.
28 January 2021 – On 28 January the Construction 2050 Alliance held a meeting with the Cabinet of Commissioner Breton and discussed the construction-related priorities for the Commission for 2021, the forthcoming new Industrial Policy and the role of construction in the recovery from the Covid pandemic. The Renovation Wave, the Affordable Housing initiative, theContinue reading “Construction 2050 Alliance meets with the Cabinet of Commissioner Breton”
15 December 2020 – On 2 December, the Construction 2050 Alliance brought together experts from all over Europe, including representatives from the European Commission, the European Parliament and national governments. They discussed the important role that the construction sector may play as the European economy recovers slowly from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Alliance’s key messageContinue reading “C2050 Alliance Event on the role of construction in the national Recovery Plans”
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