‘Construction 2050' – stakeholders call for new policy framework
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
'The construction sector needs to develop a new way to conceive more resilient structures,aiming to achieve a competitive sustainable building market.'
Construction stakeholders believe that the2020年建设倡议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,the European Council of 金宝博娱乐城Civil Engineers (ECCE) has said.
为此，major European construction representatives have united,强调他们承诺以“2050年建设：建设明天的欧洲今天”倡议的形式延长现有方案。
This comprehensive framework should be fully embraced by all actors in the construction ecosystem,member states and European institutions,幼儿保育和教育说。
Based on following principles:
1） A specific targeted approach to construction because the sector is at the crossroads of different value chains and its unique nature requires a unique approach.
2.)An adaptable policy framework to address the evolving construction ecosystem and the transformation of the industry.
3.) A holistic approach towards policy making in order to implement coherent and balanced policies and legislation.
4） A strong partnership between the European institutions,the member states and construction social partners and stakeholders to steer the transformation of the sector with the most adequate policies and tools.
This vision identifies the main challenges for the construction sector and contains concrete proposals.
Aris Chatzidakis,幼儿保育和教育主席，said: "The construction sector needs to develop a new way to conceive more resilient structures,aiming to achieve a competitive sustainable building market.
‘Structural upgrade considered jointly with functional and energy efficiency upgrade'
“现有建筑物的可持续性应包括其结构安全，这意味着在进行一定规模的改造项目时，structural upgrade should be considered jointly with functional and energy efficiency upgrade."
The sustainable Europe of tomorrow cannot be achieved without the construction sector.All the actors in the construction process must be involved for the European Union to respond to its main challenges: competitiveness,youth unemployment,数字经济，城市重建，能源效率和能源贫困，circular economy,affordable housing,气候变化，mobility and connected infrastructure etc.
The construction sector is at the heart of our life: 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,该组织称。
欧洲公民90%以上的时间花在室内，meaning that our health and wellbeing strongly depends on how our buildings are built,maintained and renovated.
正是在这种背景下，建设利益相关者呼吁欧盟委员会通过为建筑环境创造新的愿景来加强当前的建设政策设置：2050年的建筑：明天的欧洲今天的建筑.//www.bjgzb.com/2019/06/19/construction-2050-stakeholders-call-for-new-policy-framework///www.bjgzb.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/gettyimages-981344368-1024x683.jpg//www.bjgzb.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/gettyimages-981344368-300x300.jpgNewsconstruction,European Union,structures and construction