LIFTS FOR RESIDENTIAL USE: BETWEEN ENERGY SAVING AND NEW TRENDS
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MIBA IT’S THE NEW INTERNATIONAL HUB FOR THE BUILDING SECTOR

The synergy between related sectors was successful, offering an integrated and innovative vision of solutions to address the energy and digital transition of buildings and cities

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MIBA IT’S THE NEW INTERNATIONAL HUB FOR THE BUILDING SECTOR

The synergy between related sectors was successful, offering an integrated and innovative vision of solutions to address the energy and digital transition of buildings and cities

READ THE PRESS RELEASE

Discover all the novelties

LIFTS FOR RESIDENTIAL USE: BETWEEN ENERGY SAVING AND NEW TRENDS
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In the last three years, the construction market has proved to be one of the leading sectors of the economy in Italy, with a contribution of 13.9% to GDP, the highest in Europe. Coupled with tax incentives, this has given a considerable innovative boost especially on the residential front, including vertical mobility. Where do we stand today? What prospects do we expect for 2023, pending GEE.

Looking at the XXXIII Cresme Economic and Forecast Report  the construction market, in the three-year period 2020-2022, recorded more than 232 billion investments, 91 billion more than in 2019, with an increase of 20.4% in 2021 and 14.9% in 2022 - thereby creating a virtuous cycle also in terms of hiring, in fact 460 thousand more jobs will be created in 2022 compared to 2019; as a result, the sector's contribution to GDP will rise to 13.9%: the highest in Europe.

The growth of the last two years was certainly fuelled by tax incentives for building renovation or NRRP funds, which is why the outlook for 2023 also remains positive.

As Cresme points out, a growth of +41.7% in new public construction works is expected, providing further momentum that will certainly also have positive repercussions on the horizontal and vertical mobility chain.

In the residential sector, the trend will probably be reversed, in relation to the reformulation of bonuses, but it is precisely this sector that in recent years has seen, in the face of an evolving market, considerable changes and avant-garde solutions, in line with the new requirements of energy saving and building aesthetics, and will certainly have to continue to adapt.