We are professionally qualified in the technological and management processes by which buildings are designed, constructed, renewed and repaired.
Association d’experts Européens du bâtiment et de la construction
The AEEBC was established in 1990 and represents Building and Construction Experts who are professionally qualified in the technological and management processes by which buildings are designed, constructed, renewed and repaired in accordance with the national legislation of individual countries. Their expertise includes building pathology; asset protection; design and specification of new buildings; construction and project management; building maintenance, repair and renewal; legal work and expert witness.
Building Surveyors and Construction Experts provide consultant advice to property owners and users on the design, production, development, refurbishment, maintenance and repair of their properties. Their advice encompasses technology, management, economics together with the legal and environmental processes by which buildings are designed, constructed, improved and repaired.
All Members subscribe to the aims of the AEEBC and its core values. We have 4 member categories.
We are involved in projects covering all aspects relevant to the profession of building and construction experts.
The AEEBC is involved in projects covering all aspects relevant to the profession of building surveyors and construction experts. It is recognised within the AEEBC that each member country faces on going legislative changes related to their professions that is largely driven by EU legislation. The opportunity to disseminate and discuss each countries approach, understanding and implementation is key to the ethos of the AEEBC.
AEEBC Members include Construction experts from all over Europe. Comprising of Professional Organisations, Academic Bodies and individuals they share a common goal to share knowledge and expertise for the benefit of the Construction Industry.
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