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Tuesday, 01.09.2015, 10:56
Statistics Lithuania informs that in July 2015, compared to June, construction input prices decreased by 0.4%. The change was mainly influenced by a 0.8% decrease in wages and salaries. Over the year (July 2015, against July 2014), construction input prices increased by 2.3%.
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According to Statistics Estonia, in the 2nd quarter of 2015 compared to the same quarter of the previous year, the total production of Estonian construction enterprises in Estonia and foreign countries decreased 6%. The construction volumes have decreased for two years in a row.
Latvian Construction Control Office: 89% educational establishments are in excellent or good condition28.08.2015
The State Construction Control Office in Latvia had inspected 261 educational establishments in Latvia by August 25, which is 40% of all buildings the office has visited so far this summer. The majority of the inspected educational establishments, 89%, are either in excellent or good condition, according to the office.
Data of Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that, compared to June, level of construction costs in Latvia in July 2015 dropped by 0.1%. Labour remuneration of workers decreased by 0.5%, which was affected by reduction of remuneration of workers in construction of buildings.
The first-stage of renovation and restoration works at Riga Castle will be completed on time – by November 1, the CEO at the state joint-stock real estate management company Valsts nekustamie ipasumi (VNI) Martins Tols told the LNT television channel today, cites LETA.
The Police and Border Guard Board are planning to build a boundary fence that is 2.5 metres high on a little more than 100 kilometres of land border between Estonia and Russia, writes LETA/Postimees.
This week, interior architecture students from the Estonian Academy of Arts (EAA) began construction of a wooden installation consisting of three giant megaphones, which will be placed in the forest near the RMK Pähni Nature Centre, in Võru County, and will be open to testing by everyone.