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Turnover in construction

These statistics break down the turnover in private construction activities by the nature of the activity (new buildings, repairs, civil engineering activities etc.).

Introduction

Turnover in construction is a set of quarterly statistics that breaks down the turnover in private construction activities by the nature of the activity (new buildings, repairs, civil engineering activities and other activities). The annual turnover for construction is further broken down into ten types of work:

  • New buildings and extensions, dwellings
  • New buildings and extensions, other buildings
  • Repair and maintenance, major repair work, dwellings
  • Repair and maintenance, major repair work, other buildings
  • Repair and maintenance, routine maintenance, dwellings
  • Repair and maintenance, routine maintenance, other buildings
  • Civil engineering activities, new construction
  • Civil engineering activities, major repair work
  • Civil engineering activities, maintenance
  • Other activities in total

The construction sector is divided into eight industries in the statistics:

  • 41000 Building contractors
  • 42000 General contractors
  • 43201 Electrical installation etc.
  • 432200 Plumbing, heat and air-conditioning installation
  • 43301 Joinery and construction installation etc.
  • 43302 Painting and glazing etc.
  • 439910 Bricklayers
  • 43003 Other specialised construction activities.
Documentation

Documentation of statistics

Get an overview of the purpose, content and quality of the statistics. Here you can find information on the sources that the statistics are derived from, what the statistics contains and how often it is published.

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