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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 25 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

EFCA GAM 2016
02/06/16 - Sofia
EFCA BoD meeting
02/06/16 - Sofia
EFCA Conference 2016
03/06/16 - Sofia
EFCA Task Force on BIM
27/06/16 - Conference call (11:00-12:00)
EFCA Task Force on BIM
05/09/16 - Brussels (11:00-16:00)
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Spotlight


UNEP-FIDIC ABC FOR
SUSTAINABLE CITIES
PRESS RELEASE
FLYER


OICE BIM FORUM - PRESENTATIONS

Business & Climate Summit 2015

Press Release 21 May 2015
Press Release 18 May 2015

Members' Projects

Mediathèque and Rheims cathedral – harmony between old and new
In a restored building previously occupied by the police, the Mediathèque covers 6,500 m². A fundamental priority of this project was to conserve one of the classic buildings that have survived Rheims’ turbulent history, and to modernize the building without clashing with the surrounding beauty of the Cathedral and square.

Young Professionals

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