Following the +3.1% achieved in 2018, the European construction industry’s growth is expected to fall to around +1.9% this year and to +1.5% over the following two years.
The tile production grew to 530 million sq.m (+7.7%) and total revenues reached 3.5 million Euro (+6%), thanks to the increase of both exports (+4,5%) and domestic sales (+10%).
A new smart neighbourhood to the north of the capital is being planned in what will be the most important private investment of the next few years.
Energy upgrading segment will require work on almost 5 million houses at an average rate of around 143,000 houses/year.
As announced at the 84th Euroconstruct Conference in Munich on 24 November 2017, construction volume in the Euroconstruct area is expected to grow by 3.5% in 2017.
According to the report published at the 83rd Euroconstruct Conference held in Amsterdam in June this year, the European construction industry is forecast to increase by 2.9% in 2017 and by 2.4% in 2018.
According to the report published at the end of the 81st Euroconstruct Conference held in Dublin on June this year, construction output in 2016 is expected to improve by 2.6% and will continue to grow with the same pace in the period 2016-2018.
According to the report of the 80th Euroconstruct conference, total construction output in 19 member states set a positive trend, with growth of 1.6% compared with the previous year.