The European Commission hosted a full programme of events during its two day European Industry Day 2018 on 22 and 23 February, amongst which an event which was co-hosted with the federations CECE, FIEC, EBC and Construction Products Europe. More information..
FIEC may refer to: Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches, an organisation linking independent, evangelical churches in the United Kingdom; Fox Island Electric Cooperative, a utility cooperative in Vinalhaven, Maine; European Construction Industry Federation (FIEC= Fédération de l'Industrie Européenne de la..
The European Builders Confederation (EBC) is a European professional organisation representing national associations of craftsmen and SMEs working in the construction sector
Our mission is to pursue the international interests of the European construction industry vis-à-vis the European and international policy-makers and financial institutions and to promote European construction excellence globally. More. EIC Spring Conference in Vienna. 19-20 April 2018. Workshop: A Preview on the..
In Spain, where the building industry suffered in the recession more than most, it shed 1.5 million out of 2.5 million workers. Elsewhere there was also dramatic slowdown and loss of capacity. But today, according to the European Construction Industry Federation (FIEC), the sector is slowly but surely getting back to growth
Social Partner in the European Sectoral Social Dialogue of the Construction Industry together with. FETBB-EFBWW-EFBH (European Federation of Building and Woodworkers) http://ec.europa.eu/social/main.jsp?catId=480 . EIC. Cooperation with EIC (European International Contractors) for activities beyond Europe's..
The European Construction Forum (ECF) is a platform for cooperation on issues of common interest between independent organisations representing key players . European Insulation Manufacturers Association; FIEC, European Construction Industry Federation; UEPC, European Union of Developers and House Builders
Our initiatives in Europe. By clicking on the map below you can search and access the various national initiatives presented. Each initiative has a summary description in English, French and German, which will allow you to get a general overview, and the related material (publications, videos, etc.) can be downloaded in..
to the European Construction Industry Federation (FIEC). Compared with the enterprise sector at large, the construction sector employs 10.6% of all workers; in terms of added value the construction sector only contributes 8.2% of the total enterprise sector (see Table 2). Civil engineering is the most important sub-sector,..
FIEC speaks for the European construction industry. Through its 33 national member federations in 29 European countries (28 EU & EFTA and Turkey), it represents, without discrimination, construction enterprises: of all sizes (from one person craftsmen and SMEs through to large international firms),; from all building and..
Established in 1990, the European Builders Confederation - EBC - is a European professional organisation representing national associations of micro-companies and SMEs working in the construction sector. The construction sector is of vital importance to the European Economy. With 3 million enterprises, an annual..
Social Partners of the European Construction Industry. - FIEC (European Construction Industry Federation) : http://www.fiec.eu/. - EFBWW (European Federation of Building and Woodworkers) : http://www.efbww.org/. European Association of Paritarian Institutions. - AEIP (European Association of Paritarian Institutions of..
Apr 7, 2017 . Tom Parlon, Director General of the Construction Industry Federation, has called on the Taoiseach Enda Kenny to seek permission from the EU to invest in infrastructure in breach of the EU's fiscal rules. He spoke at the Infrastructure Summit at the Aviva Stadium on 5 April. We do have a problem, and that..
Created in 1905, FIEC is the European Construction Industry Federation, representing via its 29 national Member Federations in 26 countries construction enterprises of all sizes, i.e. small and medium-sized enterprises as well as global players, carrying out all forms of building and civil engineering activities. FIEC is the..
The European Federation for Construction Chemicals (EFCC) is the voice of the construction chemicals companies and associations in Brussels.>Brexit: UK construction industry facing 'cliff edge' due to EU .
Nov 29, 2017 . The UK banking sector isn't as safe after Brexit as the banks make out. The Federation of Master Builders said the decision to leave the EU had left the UK construction industry facing a cliff edge in terms of its access to EU workers. We know we need to step up as an industry and train more home-grown..
Mar 11, 2016 . Patrick Liébus is the President of European Builders Confederation (EBC), a European federation representing construction SMEs in Brussels. He is also a member of the European Economic & Social Committee. The construction sector is the EU's largest industrial employer with 15 million workers
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European Builders Confederation EBC, Professional bodies and networks, Businesses, Europe, 2015, Supply, Quality, Image, Mobility. FIEC, The European Construction Industry Federation - EFBWW, the European Federation of Building and WoodWorkers, Social partners, Europe, 2015, Supply, Quality, Image, Mobility
Nov 29, 2017 . The construction sector has come together to warn the Government of the danger to the industry if there is a "cliff edge" for vital EU workers created by . Civil Engineering Contractors Association, the Construction Products Association, the Home Builders Federation, and the National Federation of Builders
The construction sector is of vital importance to the European Economy. . The European construction sector is composed of around 99% of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), their performance is essential as it motivates economic activity in all . EBC, European Builders Confederation (http://www.ebc-construction.eu)