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Under development - c-PCR Rehabilitation services of highways, streets and roads

Initiated

2020-01-20

Start open consultation

2020-05-15

Deadline open consultation

2020-07-15

PCR review and approval

2020-09-15

Publication

2020-10-01

PCR information

This c-PCR is currently under development. The open consultation phase will start with an e-mail invitation to identified stakeholders to the product group as representatives of different organisations. Any stakeholder is welcome to provide comments during this phase of the PCR development. Please contact the PCR moderator (contact information below) if you are interesting in participating in the preparation of this PCR or if you would like to receive a notification when the first draft is available for open consultation.

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.

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Detailed information

Name: Under development - c-PCR Rehabilitation services of highways, streets and roads
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: CIEMAT, REPSOL, SACYR, Acciona and CHL.
Appointed PCR moderator: Rubén Jiménez de la Iglesia  Solid Forest S.L.
EN 15804: This EPD is compliant with EN 15804

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