89th EUROCONSTRUCT Conference
12 June 2020, Stockholm

Trends shaping the future of European construction

Demographic, economic, political and sustainable trends
European construction market forecasts to 2022

The conference will give you an in-depth look into the trends that will fundamentally change and shape the future of the European construction market. Join us in Stockholm next June to become more knowledgeable and inspired by a series of lectures presented by some of the most distinguished experts within the fields of European economic policies and politics, sustainable communications, demographic and societal trends – ultimately changing the way we live and work.

Friday, 12 June 2020



Welcome and introduction: “A new Europe rising”



Post-Brexit EU and other Crises: How stable is Europe?

Janne Haaland Matlary

Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo



European infrastructure sector – No need for roads anymore? A shift from large to small Projects.

Tuomas Laitinen

Expert, Partner, M.Sc. (Tech), Construction market forecasts, Russia and the Baltic States, Forecon Finland



A sustainable future for Europe – Dream or reality? Smart cities and climate targets: reducing cities’ energy use with ICT.

Anna Kramers

PhD, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Centre for Sustainable Communications



Reshaping the building stock for the future – A mission (im)possible? Non-residential sector – Changing needs demand new thinking.

Josef Ramon Fontana

Head of Market Research and editor of the Spanish country report for Euroconstruct, IteC



Economic policies of Europe – Creaking or cracking? Shaping European economy by accident or purpose.

Christina Nyman

Chief Economist, Handelsbanken



A new Europe rising – Trends shaping the way of living and working.

Fredrik Torberger

Director of Citizens and Societies, Kairos Future



European housing markets – Favouring who?

Nejra Macic

Chief Economist, Prognosesenteret AS



The European construction sector – A brighter future ahead?

Thomas Ekvall

Chief Economist, Prognoscentret AB



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