Internal Market: a fresh boost to the services sector
EFCA BAROMETER autumn 2016 - State of the consulting engineering sector
2016 Sector Review: industry on path to recovery
BIM: first milestone in European standardisation
2030 Clean Energy EU
2017 Young Professionals Competition launched
This year's competition is officially open for admissions, the first prize will take the winner on an all-expenses-paid trip to EFCA's next annual conference which will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark.
European action for sustainability
The Commission is setting out a strategic approach for achieving sustainable development in Europe and around the world.
Investment Plan for Europe: European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) expected to trigger €154 billion in investments
EFCA argues for stronger involvement and visibility in identification phase of projects
To prepare bankable projects in the EU partner countries, the European Commission should create enabling environments for European engineering consultancies.
FIDIC and EFCA participate in Business Climate Summit
FIDIC and EFCA (EFCA President Flemming Pedersen and Jean Félix, Chair FIDIC-EFCA Sustainable Development Committee) participate in the high-level Business & Climate Summit (BCS) in London on 28-29 June 2016.
EFCA announces the Young Professional of the Year 2016
Kevin Rudden appointed President-Elect of EFCA for the term 2016-2017
EC consultation: Services Passport/Regulatory barriers for key business services and for construction services/Professional indemnity insurance requirements
It is not yet time to announce the winner of the 2016 YP Competition
Consulting engineering firms from Portugal, Ireland, Serbia and Spain generate between 45 and 75% of total turnover from exports
Do you want to know more about biannual trends and expectations amongst European consulting engineers?
Happy Holidays from EFCA
Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year from EFCA!
EFCA Board of Directors endorses the FIDIC statement for COP21
Business and Climate Summit - Paris May 20-21, 2015
Innovation prize for women
The EU Prize for Women Innovators recognises women entrepreneurs for their valuable achievements, inspiring both men and women alike.
Europe’s future prosperity depends on bolder steps in policy, knowledge, investments and innovation
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.
Infrastructure priorities and investment needs for the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) until 2030
Nine studies, published by the European Commission, show that approximately €700 billion of financial investment is required for the development of the TEN-T core network.
Multimillion-euro scheme launched to help innovative firms
The new €200m Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) initiative will help to reduce the time it takes to bring new innovative ideas to market.
Stable market at a low level of activity for European engineering consultancy services
Working with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD): Opportunities for Consultants
EFCA and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) organised a one-day bespoke workshop in Brussels on 13 November 2014.
What urban agenda should the EU adopt?
The Commission launched a public consultation that will run until 26 September.
Five JTIs publish their first Horizon 2020 calls
Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs) are public-private partnerships involving industry, research community and public authorities to pursue common ambitious research objectives.
Renewed European resource efficiency agenda
Fact-finding report on liability and insurance regimes in 15 representative European countries
The report gives a structured overview of the variation in liability regimes and insurance systems between European countries.
EFCA launches guidance on transposition of new public procurement directive
At a seminar on the recast of the European public procurement directives, expert speakers examined the challenges involved in the transposition of the European legislation, particularly in the sector of intellectual services.
EFCA announces the Young Professional of the Year 2014
High-tech sector is important contributor to income generation and economic development
A new study analyses high-tech employment and wage trends in the EU between 2000 and 2011.
Horizon 2020 launched with € 15 billion over first two years
Most calls from the 2014 budget of the EU's biggest ever research and innovation framework programme are already open for submissions as of today.
Launch of the 2015 Young Professionals competition
EFCA Committees support the interests of European engineering consultancy firms
At the occasion of the 2012 EFCA General Assembly meeting, the Chairs of the working groups convincingly demonstrated their ongoing commitment to progress better market conditions.