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European Construction Market Forecasts to 2019 in an Uncertain Macroeconomic and Political Environment
SCHEDULE OF THE CONFERENCEThursday, 8th June 2017
Evening Welcome Reception
Venue: A'dam Tower
Friday, 9th June 2017
Day of Conference
Venue: NH Collection Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
REGISTRATIONFor registration and pricing information please contact:
EIB - Economic Institute for Construction and Housing
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Thursday, June 8th 2017Evening Welcome Reception at the Adam Tower
In North Amsterdam on the other side of the center above the river IJ, with every 5 minutes a free ferry from Central
The evening reception will be in The Loft at the 16th & 17th floor of the Adam Tower, the former Shell tower, home of the multinational oil company until 2009. This double-level space with floor-to-ceiling windows will showcase expansive city views of Amsterdam. From the tower, behind Amsterdam Central Station, you will have a magnificent view over Amsterdams historic centre, to its bustling port and the vast polder landscape north of Amsterdam. And enjoy the breathtaking 360º view from the spectacular observation deck!
Friday, June 9th 2017
Conference Day at NH Collection Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
In the very heart of Amsterdam situated on the main Dam square with spectacular views of the
- Macroeconomic trends and forecasts forthe European construction market to 2019: presentation of the new forecast in the six groups of European countries
- Construction is a large consumer of raw materials and energy. The sector can therefore play an important role in the
transition towards a circular economy.
How can this be achieved? What is the impact on design, procurement, material selection, financing, skills and working methods in the construction industry? And which innovative business models are required for a successful shift to a circular economy?