94th EUROCONSTRUCT Conference
London, 17th & 18th November 2022

European Construction Market Forecasts to 2025

special topic
Exploring the impact of ESG on construction

Be part of a discussion powered by expert analysts from across Europe:
  • How will the energy crisis impact demand and output of construction across Europe?
  • What will be the effect of rising inflation and what can be done to mitigate this?
  • What are the ESG implications of the Russia: Ukraine War?

Ms Kate Perrin
Group Marketing Director, Barbour ABI 
+44 (0)7799 895729


Conference overview

Day I - Thursday, 17th November 2022

  • Pre-conference networking event

Day II - Friday, 18th November 2022

  • European macroeconomic outlook
  • European construction market outlook (by sectors) up to 2025
  • Exploring the impact of ESG on construction in Europe

Join this conference to receive numerous advantages like first-hand construction market information from the EUROCONSTRUCT members.

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Good to know

This conference is part of a semi-annual series of lectures on the medium-term outlook of the European construction markets covered by the EUROCONSTRUCT network.


Exclusive, first access to the latest macro-economic and construction market projections to 2024.
Take-away info: Reports are included depending on the package selected.

Target audience

EUROCONSTRUCT Conferences are aimed at all those involved in construction activities:

Manufacturers of building materials and equipment, construction companies, designers, architects, engineers, contractors, investors, financiers, banks, insurers, and other related professions. 

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The 94th EUROCONSTRUCT-Conference will be held at IET London – the historic, central London event venue on the River Thames.

Venue of the 94th EC-Conference

IET, London

2 Savoy Place
London WC2R 0BL
United Kingdom

+44 207 344 5479

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Venue of the Conference Pre-Event

Searcy @ The Gherkin

30 St Mary Axe,
London EC3A 8BF
United Kingdom

Searcy @ The Gherkin

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Networking pre-event @ The Gherkin


All locations of the 94th EUROCONSTRUCT event in London, UK

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T h u r s d a y


Networking pre-event

Networking dinner event: Searcy @ The Gherkin
Info  |  Location on google  

F r i d a y

18 November

Main conference day

08.00 Registration and coffee
08:30 Welcome and opening remarks
Mohammed Chaudhri
Chief Economist, Experian
Tom Hall
Chief Economist, Barbour ABI
08.40 Macro forecast report
Mohammed Chaudhri
Chief Economist, Experian
09.00 Construction overview
Tom Hall
Chief Economist, Barbour ABI
09.00 Industry discussion
How are investors and industry participants making decisions in response to the energy crisis, soaring costs and rising interest rates
Josep R Fontana, Head of Market Intelligence, ITeC
Panellists include
Edd Burton, Director, Buildings and Places Advisory Services Lead, AECOM
Nick Snazell, Market Insight and Strategy, Saint Gobain
09:50 Kicking the tyres Q&A session: Macro and construction overview
Your chance to put your questions to the EUROCONSTRUCT forecasters. How well will the forecasts hold up in the current economic and political turmoil? What are the most likely scenarios and how confident can we be? Mohammed Chaudhri
Chief Economist, Experian
Tom Hall
Chief Economist, Barbour ABI
10.10 Keynote address
Creating and using accessible, comparable, and transparent ESG data
Dr Daniel Klier
10.40 Coffee
11.00 Residential forecast report presentation
Annette Hughes
Director, EY Economic Advisory
11.20 Non-residential forecast report presentation
James Ison
Senior Economist, Experian
11.40 Civil engineering report presentation
Rebecca Snow
Managing Economist, Experian
12:00 Kicking the tyres Q&A session: Resi, non-resi and civil engineering
Annette Hughes
Director, EY Economic Advisory
James Ison
Senior Economist, Experian
Rebecca Snow
Managing Economist, Experian
12.30 Building material cost pricing
How can firms across the value chain reduce risk and provide predictability
Professor Noble Francis
Economist Director, CPA and Professor of Construction Economics, Bartlett School of Sustainable Construct UCL
12.55 Announcing the next EUROCONSTRUCT conference
13.00 Lunch

Afternoon session

14.00 Session I: Climate change and the construction sector
How well-understood is climate risk in the construction sector? What are the major vulnerabilities, and how are these risks best measured and mitigated? How can unanticipated premature writedowns and liabilities be avoided?
Dr Bronwyn Claire
Business Specialist, Climate and ESG Solutions, Ortec Finance

Session II: Hard-to-abate sectors and materials
What progress is being made on decarbonising cement?
Prof. Paul Fenell
Professor of Clean Energy, Imperial College, London
14.20 Session I: ESG in the supply chain
How well is ESG understood and implemented through the construction industry supply chain?
James Kenny, Head of Global Affairs, Arup
Penallists include
Tassos Kougionis, Director of Sustainability and ESG, McBains
Rosanna Lawn, Co-Founder and Director, CREation Property Network
Brian Green, Independent Commentator and Author, Brickonomics

Session II: Putting the "S" in ESG
What does this mean for the construction industry and how are goals set, measured and implemented
14.40 Session I: Innovation
What new innovations are going to have the biggest impact on net zero goals in construction? How will this impact the way we create and use the built environment?
How can innovative solutions be replicated and scaled across the construction industry?

Trudy Sully
Impact Lead, Mott MacDonald

Session II: Using ESG data for more effective decision-making
How can non-traditional data be used to source superior investment opportunities? To what extent can this data provide sufficient granularity to identify market dislocations and how can increasing availability of ESG data be put to use?
Dr. Chlump Chatkupt
Founder and CEO, PlaceMake.io
15.00 A call to action
How can the race to net zero in construction and the built environment be accelerated? Who will pay, what structural changes need to occur and what steps can we all take to make this happen?
15.30 Close

Who is who

The speakers of the 94th EUROCONSTRUCT-Conference.


Online registration

Registration for the 94th EUROCONSTRUCT-Conference is closed.
Please contact Ms Kate Perrine for any additional conference related questions.


Main registration benefits

  • Be the first to receive our construction forecasts from first hand.
  • Get in contact with the speakers and our network members.
  • Obtain our construction forecast reports (depending on the selected package).
  • Take advantage of the pre-conference networking opportunities.

Conference sponsorship

Take advantage of our strong network, as one of the leading independent European construction market research networks for more than 40 years. We would be happy to intensify our co-operation by having you on board as our official event sponsor - see options below.


Ms Kate Perrin
Tel: +44(0)1513533500
Mobile: +44(0)7799895729

Conference partners

Be one of our conference sponsors who will appear in our forecasts reports on a broad European level. See sponsorship section



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Past events

EUROCONSTRUCT is organising conferences since the mid 1970s.
Please contact our EUROCONSTRUCT members directly for specific questions.

1974 until now
Overview of past EUROCONSTRUCT conferences