Urban Rehabilitation Resumes Growth in April

AICCOPN presented the results of its Urban Rehabilitation Barometer today.

Based on data calculated by AICCOPN (Association of Civil Construction and Public Works Industries,) the level of activity in the sector rose by 1.1%, the order book increased by 2.4% and estimated contracted production reached nine months.

According to AICCOPN’s monthly survey of executives working in the Urban Rehabilitation market, there was an increase of 1.1% in the index measuring the changes in activity, a return to positive ground after 12 months of losses.

The index measuring average order books increased by 2.4% y-o-y in April, the second consecutive gain. The time required to work at a normal production rhythm, i.e. contracted production, in April was estimated at nine months. While a slight drop compared with the previous month, the figure equals a growth of 17% compared with April 2020.