Croatia records an increase in the volume of construction works in the first nine months of 2020
The volume of construction works in Croatia during September was five percent higher than in the same month last year, and compared to August, it was 3.5 percent higher, according to provisional data from the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS). September is the fourth year in a row with year-on-year growth in the volume of construction work - after falling by 2.1 percent in May, in June this volume increased by 8.4, in July by 4.6, in August by 3.4 and in September by five percent.
CBS data show that in September, the volume of work performed on buildings was higher by 4.3 percent, and on other buildings by 6.3 percent compared to September last year. On a monthly basis, the volume of construction work on buildings increased by 3.3 percent, and on other buildings by 4.9 percent.
The physical volume of construction works in the first nine months of this year was 3.9 percent higher compared to the same period last year. At the same time, the volume of buildings increased by 3.3 percent, and other buildings by 4.9 percent. In September, 56.7 percent of construction site hours were spent on new construction, and 43.3 percent on reconstructions, repairs and maintenance.