The Polish Construction Congress is a two-day meeting of representatives of the construction sector and associated industries, including a series of debates, lectures and deliberations with the participation of leaders of major companies, scientists and practitioners, decision-makers and representatives of the finance, insurance and government sectors.
GOOD LAW, GOOD CONSTRUCTION
- Public Procurement Law from the perspective of the construction sector.
- Amicable settlement of disputes between procurers and contractors.
- The impact of the war in Ukraine on ongoing contracts.
- Construction law and zoning regulations - assessment of the current state and directions of necessary changes.
ECONOMICS AND FINANCE
- Sources of financing for public investment and private investment until 2030.
- Relationship of the construction industry with banks/insurers - trust and proper communication.
- Potential of banks/insurers to finance the construction sector in the face of investment challenges.
- The role of public procurers and the government side.
- What's next for Polish construction companies?
- Impact of climate and ESG transformation on the construction sector.
- Financing innovation in the construction sector.
LABOR MARKET AND EDUCATION
- How to organize industry education as a basic component of the system of providing human resources in the construction industry?
- The role of technical colleges in training engineers to meet business needs.
- Law-image-conditions - legal expectations and a package of benefits to ensure the inflow and retention of workers in the industry.
CONSTRUCTION AND INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE CURRENT DECADE
- Volume and industrial construction.
- Road construction.
- Railroad construction.
- Hydrotechnical construction.
- Energy construction and renewable energy sources.
- Municipal construction.
INNOVATION AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES
- BIM - technologies, implementations, legal aspects.
- Implementation of innovative materials and technologies in the construction industry.
- Carbon footprint - challenges before low-carbon construction.
ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
- The EU's idea of a circular economy vs. national barriers related to the reuse of materials from construction and demolition.
- Implications of the amended EIA for the investment process.
- Macro environment of the National Electricity System and its impact on investment decisions.
- Code of Good Practices for the electric power industry.