Tag Archives: Romania

Civil engineering to be a driving force of the Romanian construction industry

Romanian civil engineering construction has registered considerably better performance in 2011 compared to the residential and non-residential segments, which posted decreases. The reason behind this is increased capital expenditure on infrastructure projects, particularly road and railway construction. Despite the strong economic downturn Romania experienced in 2009 and 2010, the value …

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Construction fair in Bucharest

290 companies, representing 22 countries, came to Bucharest to feel the pulse of the constructions market in Romania. A good move, considering that here, at least, the constructions market will continue its ascending trend, after last years 7% growth. The Construct Expo Fair, gathered in Bucharest, for the duration of …

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Great expectations for constructions in 2012

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2011 – The year of small steps 2011 brought small increases to constructions, but that gives hope for a 2012 full of achievements. In September 2011 the players of the construction sector said that Romania’s economy is growing mainly because of this business area. Compared to 2010, when the crisis …

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Highways – a helping hand for the Romanian economy

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The desire of highways to run on decently is no longer present only in the minds of the drivers, plagued by the bad roads. Highways are built at low pace, with lots of stumbling and especially by using lots of money. The contentious would say that Romanian highways are some …

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