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Europe’s future prosperity depends on bolder steps in policy, knowledge, investments and innovation

04 March 2015
Today, Europeans enjoy cleaner air and water, less waste is sent to landfill and more resources are recycled. However, Europe remains a long way from achieving the objective of 'living well within the limits of the planet' by 2050.

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.

EFCA members

EFCA Members are national associations in European countries.

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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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Spotlight

Design central to sustainability – role of consulting engineers needs more recognition
The Voice of EFCA highlights the role consulting engineers play in society.


Interview with EFCA President Flemming Pedersen on the engineering industry

Members' Projects

High speed terminals in Ankara and Eskisehir
Two pioneering railway terminal developments in Turkey will meet the specific needs of modern high-speed rail links while being sympathetic to the history of the existing station buildings.

Young Professionals

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