The increase in construction works (unadjusted) was determined by a 12.7-pct increase in current repairs and maintenance. Capital repair works and new construction works decreased by 8.2pct and 0.9pct, respectively. Increases were recording in residential buildings and civil engineering, by 10.7poct and 0.1pct, respectively. Non-residential building works fell by 1.9pct.
When adjusted for working days and seasonality, the volume of construction works increased on current repairs and maintenance works, as well as and capital repairs, which advanced 17.3pct and 1.4pct. Works on new constructions decreased by 2.5pct. Construction works increased as follows in residential buildings by 18.3pct; in civil engineering by 5.6pct, and in non-residential buildings by 0.1pct.
In March, the volume of construction works decreased in unadjusted terms by 0.3pct compared with the similar period of 2015. Decreases occurred in capital repairs and the works on new constructions by 17.6pct and 1.7pct, respectively. Current repairs and maintenance rose by 17.9pct. Non-residential building works fell by 11.1pct. There were increases in residential buildings and civil engineering constructions by 7.7pct and 4.0pct.
When adjusted for working days and seasonality, construction works decreased by 1.9pct compared with the same month of the previous year, on declines in capital repairs (20.5pct), and new construction works (5.5pct). Current repairs and maintenance works rose by 22.7pct. Non-residential building works fell by 10.4pct. The volume of construction works increased in civil engineering and constructions in residential buildings by 7.1pct and 0.8pct, respectively.
In March 2016, versus February 2016, construction works advanced 39pct in unadjusted terms, on surges in capital repairs (plus 67.2pct), current repairs and maintenance (45.6pct) and new construction works (32.5pct). Increases were recorded in civil engineering (63.6pct), residential buildings (39.7pct) and non-residential buildings (8.0pct).
When adjusted for working days and seasonality, the volume of construction works decreased by 1.5pct in March, compared with February on a decrease by 7.1pct in capital repairs and by 3.8pct in new construction works. Current repairs and maintenance rose by 3.8pct. Declines were recorded in non-residential buildings and residential buildings, by 26.6pct and 6pct, respectively. Civil engineering works increased by 9.5pct. (source: actmedia.eu)