In 2021, legal entities employing five or more persons engaged in construction activities had on average 12.3% more workers on sites and 12.7% more working hours done on sites than in 2020.
In 2021, the value of construction works done by workers on sites increased by 16.8%, as compared to 2020.
By types of constructions, 49.6% of the total works were done on buildings and 50.4% on civil engineering works.
By types of works, 60.4% of the total works were done on new constructions and 39.6% on reconstructions, adaptations, repairs and maintenance works.
1) Construction works done with own workers (without sub-contractor works).
1 CONSTRUCTION WORKS, LEGAL ENTITIES EMPLOYING FIVE OR MORE PERSONS
2 VALUE OF CONSTRUCTION WORKS DONE, BY TYPES OF CONSTRUCTIONS, 2021
3 VALUE OF CONSTRUCTION WORKS DONE, BY TYPES OF WORKS, 2021
4 VALUE OF CONSTRUCTION WORKS DONE, ACCORDING TO NKD 2007.1), 2021
1) Decision on the National Classification of Activities – NKD 2007. (NN, Nos 58/07 and 72/07).
5 VALUE OF CONSTRUCTION WORKS DONE, BY COUNTIES, 2021
1) Construction spreading out to territories of two or more counties.
Sources and methods of data collection
Data on construction presented in this First Release are collected through reporting methods using the Annual Report on Construction Works (GRAĐ-12 form).
Coverage and comparability
The Annual Report on Construction Works is collected for legal entities and parts thereof employing five or more persons classified in the Register of Legal Entities according to the National Classification of Economic Activities under section F – Construction.
Coverage of construction activities is harmonised with section F – Construction in the NKD 2007. (NN, Nos 58/07 and 72/07) and data on types of constructions are classified according to the Classification of Types of Constructions – KVG (NN, No. 11/98). This Classification is harmonised with classifications prescribed by the Statistical Office of the European Communities (NACE Rev. 2, Classification of Types of Constructions – CC, final version).
Data refer to all construction works done on the territory of the Republic of Croatia.
Value of construction works done is presented in current prices and includes work really done during the reporting year, irrespective of whether they are paid for or not.
Value of construction works done includes the value of work, building material, complete units and structures, propulsion material and electricity, expenses of using construction machinery and equipment and other expenses relating to the work.
Value of construction works done excludes works subcontracted to others in order to avoid the duplicity in presenting works, value added tax, costs of purchase of the land, project cost, surveying of land and supervising of services.
Constructions are structures connected with the ground, for which construction works are carried out, and which are made of construction materials and components.
Buildings are permanent constructions covered with roof and closed with outer walls. They are built as separate useful units that protect from weather and other conditions, intended for dwelling, performing of a certain activity or for placing and keeping of animals, goods, equipment used in various industrial activities and services etc. Buildings are also constructions covered with roof but without (all) walls, e.g. porches, and underground constructions, e.g. underground shelters, underground garages, underground shopping centres and other business premises in subways etc.
Residential buildings are constructions in which 50% or more of useful floor area is intended for dwelling purposes.
Non-residential buildings are constructions without a dwelling area, or in which less than 50% of the overall useful floor area is used for dwelling purposes.
Civil engineering works are all constructions not classified under buildings, e.g., roads, railways, pipelines, bridges, dams, constructions intended for sport and recreation, etc.
New construction works include building of a new construction on sites where either no construction existed before, or it existed, but was removed. It also includes complete reconstruction of buildings (ruined in war, elementary disasters, old age etc.) of which only facades are retained but internal ceilings and walls are entirely fallen in.
Reconstructions and adaptations include construction works that essentially change the structure of an existing construction in order to increase its capacity or achieve better quality of construction, to adjust it to a new purpose, extend its expected life span etc.
Value of extensions and additional construction works are presented together with works on new constructions if the new residential or business entirety is concerned.
Major repairs are construction works that comprise renewal (replacement) of significant dilapidated parts of a construction without changing its structural system, size, capacity, use or the arrangement of rooms.
Minor repairs and maintenance works are construction works performed periodically in order to maintain the usable condition of a construction.
|NACE||Statistical Classification of Economic Activities in the European Community|
|NKD 2007.||National Classification of Activities, 2007 version|
|NN||Narodne novine, official gazette of the Republic of Croatia|
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