The construction industry here and in the world is considered one of the largest drivers of the economy and is a sector that develops and grows year after year.
The importance of applying European standards, Euro codes, in construction is of great importance to ensure quality, safety, reliability and competitiveness of buildings.
Eurocodes represent a set of European standards for engineering construction, the design of buildings, bridges, towers, silos and other construction-related activities.
Eurocodes establish principles, rules and requirements for the safety, service and durability of constructions, all predictable loads and their actions. on constructions such as earthquake, wind, snow, fire, etc.
Eurocodes are intended to be used together from EN 1990 to EN 1999 for structural design of buildings and construction works with all types of constructions including concrete, steel, aluminum, wooden and wall constructions.