“80% of our national legislation is based on EU legislation!” said Jean-Louis Marchand, President of FIEC. He asserts: “This figure indicates the importance of defending the construction industry’s collective interests with competence and as early as possible in legislative procedures which deal with aspects that have an impact on our industry.”
Interested to know more about the work achieved by the European Construction Federation Industry? Find out the answers in the last FIEC annual report!
Through its 31 national member federations in 27 European countries (24 EU & EFTA and Turkey), The European Federation represents, without discrimination, construction enterprises of all sizes, from all building and civil engineering specialities, engaged in all kinds of working methods.
This wide-ranging representativeness was officially recognised in a study undertaken on behalf of the European Commission so that FIEC is the “Social Partner” representing employers in the European Sectorial Social Dialogue “Construction”.
FIEC speaks for the European construction industry.
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