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About EFCA

Welcome to the website of the European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations (EFCA), the sole association representing professional engineering consultancy and related services in Europe.

The European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations (EFCA) has member associations in 24 countries, and is the sole European federation representing the engineering and related services industry, which employs one million staff, the majority of whom are highly skilled in a breadth of disciplines.

Engineering consultancies provide €150 billion engineering consulting services per year for about €1,300 billion investments in buildings, infrastructure and industrial complexes.

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Publications

Guidance - Contracting in industrial sectors - Principles for general contract clauses
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Issues on implementation of the new directive on public procurement (2014/24/EU)
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Comparative study about consulting engineers’ liability and insurance requirements across Europe
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Upcoming Events

Barometer Task Group
21/08/14 - Stockholm
Committee on Internal Market
04/09/14 - Brussels
BoD meeting
12/09/14 - Rome
FIDIC 2014 Conference
28/09/14 - Rio de Janeiro
EBRD - EFCA Seminar
13/11/14 - Brussels
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Spotlight

FIDIC 2014 International Infrastructure Conference
Rio de Janeiro
28/09-01/10/2014

EBRD - EFCA Seminar
Brussels
13/11/2014

Members' Projects

Kifissia office complex
This three-storey office complex in N. Kifissia (Athens) consists of three buildings that create two independent volumes with unified common spaces. The complex unfolds around the perimeter of the site. Surrounded by the buildings, a common courtyard acts as an access point to all buildings. The internal circulation spaces (staircases, corridors) also face onto the courtyard.

Young Professionals

Young Professionals
News, events, resources and contact details for EFCA’s European YP network