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Under development - Rehabilitation services of highways, streets and roads (c-PCR to PCR 2019:14)

Initiated

2020-01-20

Start open consultation

2020-04-06

Deadline open consultation

2020-06-06

PCR review and approval

2020-12-01

Publication

2021-02-01

PCR information

This is a complementary PCR (c-PCR) to the general construction product PCR (2019:14).

The draft c-PCR was available for open consultation until 2020-06-06. The PCR document will now be updated based on the open consultation and the subsequent review.

Dates are preliminary and subject to change.

This is not a standalone PCR but a c-PCR and further specification of PCR 2019:14 Construction products. The c-PCR shall be used for the applicable product category.

The c-PCR will over time replace sub-PCR-K Rehabilitation Services of highways, streets and roads, which is complementary to PCR 2012:01, based on the old version of the European standard EN 15804.

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Detailed information

Name: Under development - Rehabilitation services of highways, streets and roads (c-PCR to PCR 2019:14)
CPC Codes:54211 General construction services of highways (except elevated highways), streets and roads
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 3 (2017-)
Based on: PCR 2019:14 Construction products (EN 15804:A2)
Related PCR: Sub-PCR-K Rehabilitation Services of highways, streets and roads (complementary to PCR 2012:01)
PCR 2019:14 Construction products (EN 15804:A2)
Geographical scope: Global
PCR committee: Solid Forest S.L., CIEMAT, REPSOL, SACYR, Acciona and CHL
Appointed PCR moderator: Rubén Jiménez de la Iglesia  Solid Forest S.L.
EN 15804: This PCR is compliant with EN 15804

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