On 29 November 2021 the ICMS3, the world’s first universal standard for reporting carbon dioxide emissions used in the building and lifecycle of structures, was launched. This ICMS3 sets out a methodology for construction professionals and developers to account the amount of embodied carbon their projects will create, whether that’s through the delivery of new roads, schools, offices, housing or railways.
For more information on the ICMS, go to our Projects page.
In cooperation with RICS and member countries of CEEC, we publish construction market monitors. These monitors are a sentiment indicator of the construction and infrastructure markets in the countries concerned.
For more information on the Construction Monitor, go to our Projects page.
OFFICE COST MODEL
A cost model which allows comparisons of construction costs between the member’s countries. The model is based on a set of agreed measurements and quantities which reflect the key materials/structure of a typical office building.
For more information on the Office Cost Model, go to our Projects page.
EUROPEAN CODE OF MEASUREMENT
The Code provides a standard basis for the sub-division of costs and for measurement of basic quantities of buildings for pan-European budgeting, comparison and analysis at management level.
For more information on the European Code of Measurement, go to our Projects page.
QS/EC Competencies in Europe
A study to find out how the professionals in the construction economic field work in different countries.
For more information on QS/EC Competencies study, go to our Projects page.
STEEL PRIZE BOOK
A price guide for cost designing steel in buildings for the German market published January 2009.
For more information on the Steel Prize Book project, go to our Projects page.
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT REPORT
Survey in different countries in Europe concerning how budgets for infrastructure projects are prepared and how satisfactory they are.
For more information on the Infrastructure Cost Planning project, go to our Projects page.
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