The programme of our next event “The EU Construction sector: Opportunities for new talent” is out!

Construction is still perceived as physically difficult, dirty, dangerous, often related to illegal situations (corruption, undeclared work, etc.). Young people usually don’t consider construction as their main priority for a professional career, but rather the last alternative. Parents often don’t propose such a perspective to their children and also advise centres don’t have it asContinue reading “The programme of our next event “The EU Construction sector: Opportunities for new talent” is out!”

EU Industrial Strategy: the construction value-chain stands ready to define a pathway for transition to achieve EU goals

Tuesday 18 May 2021 – On 5th May, the European Commission released the new EU Industrial Strategy, which puts a renewed focus on the key ecosystems, including construction. The members of the Construction 2050 Alliance welcome the priority given to the construction ecosystem as one of the sectors that faces the most important challenges inContinue reading “EU Industrial Strategy: the construction value-chain stands ready to define a pathway for transition to achieve EU goals”

The Construction 2050 Alliance launches its website and social media

Thursday 25 March 2021 – The Construction 2050 Alliance is pleased to bring you our newly created website and social media accounts, to be found on LinkedIn and Twitter. The Construction 2050 Alliance brings together 47 European associations representing the actors of the built environment working together to advance the needs and priorities of theContinue reading “The Construction 2050 Alliance launches its website and social media”

Construction 2050 Alliance meets with the Cabinet of Commissioner Breton

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”