Sustainable access to primary & secondary raw materials: Messages from the Construction 2050 Alliance

Last week, the Construction 2050 Alliance gathered experts and the European Commission to discuss views of the sector about the current and foreseeable challenges regarding raw materials supply, and to present suggestions on what is needed to contribute towards a digital and green recovery leading to climate neutrality by 2050. Indeed, construction has made significantContinue reading “Sustainable access to primary & secondary raw materials: Messages from the Construction 2050 Alliance”

The construction sector as an opportunity for new talent? YES!

Sustainability, robot dogs, new technologies for training and education are rapidly changing the image of the construction sector, which is sometimes still perceived as physically challenging, dirty, or dangerous. The second public event organised by the Construction 2050 Alliance, which gathered 200 participants, showed that construction is a sector that can offer many opportunities toContinue reading “The construction sector as an opportunity for new talent? YES!”

Construction 2050: Building Tomorrow’s Europe Today

13 June 2019 – Construction stakeholders believe that the Construction 2020 initiative should be reinforced in order to fully achieve its ambitions, aimed at supporting the construction sector’s adaptation to key emerging challenges and to promote the sustainable competitiveness of the sector. To this end, major European construction representatives have united, to stress their commitment to theContinue reading “Construction 2050: Building Tomorrow’s Europe Today”