ECA launches updated building services survey

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The survey, which is targeted at the ECA’s almost 3,000 members operating across the building services, electrical and electrotechnical sectors, aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the prevailing business environment across the industry, and to show market trends.

ECA members completing the Building Engineering Business Survey, which covers October – December (Q4) last year, will also have a chance to win an Apple iPad Mini.

ECA Chief Executive Steve Bratt commented: ‘The ECA is delighted to launch the sector-leading Building Engineering Business Survey, supported by Scolmore.

‘The survey will show how the sector is performing, what it expects to happen next, and the key business trends across the building services sector.’

Scolmore Group Marketing Manager Marie Parry added: ‘Scolmore are proud to be providing sponsorship support for the ECA’s ‘Building Engineering Business Survey…We understand the importance of supporting these types of initiatives within the industry and are committed to providing assistance wherever possible.’

The results of the ECA survey will be published in February, and made available to government and key stakeholders. Please click here to view the survey.

 

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