Value of construction put in place, Slovenia, 2020

In 2020, more construction work performed on buildings than on civil engineering works

In 2020, construction enterprises in Slovenia performed EUR 3,535 million of construction work: on buildings EUR 2,145 million and on civil engineering EUR 1,389 million.

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More construction work performed on buildings than on civil engineering works

Construction enterprises in Slovenia performed EUR 3,535 million of construction work on all constructions. More construction work was performed on buildings (EUR 2,145 million) than on civil engineering works (EUR 1,389 million). Most of construction work was performed on non-residential (EUR 1,097 million) and residential (EUR 1,049 million) buildings. Non-residential and residential buildings were followed by transport infrastructures (EUR 833 million) and pipelines, communication and electricity lines (EUR 421 million). The least construction work was performed on other civil engineering works (EUR 89 million) and complex constructions on industrial sites (EUR 47 million).

Most construction work performed on new constructions

In 2020, most construction work was perfomed by construction enterprises on new constructions, EUR 1,435 million. For regular and investment maintenance EUR 1,408 million was allocated and for reconstruction and conversion-improvement EUR 692 million. As regards buildings, more funds were allocated for new construction (EUR 956 million) than for the maintenance (EUR 888 million). As regards civil engineering, more funds were allocated for the maintenance (EUR 520 million) than for new construction (EUR 479 million).

Legal persons invested more than natural persons

In 2020, legal persons invested in construction EUR 2,907 million and natural persons EUR 628 million. Legal persons invested most in the construction of non-residential buildings (EUR 1,044 million) and transport infrastructures (EUR 810 million), while natural persons invested most in the construction of residential buildings (EUR 530 million).

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METHODOLOGICAL NOTE
In 2020, the procedure for selecting observation units changed. The threshold coverage (cut-off sampling) was supplemented by a random sample of units below the observation threshold in previous years. Due to the changed selection of observation units and the consequent change of the target observation population, there was a break in the time series. Data from 2020 onwards are no longer comparable with data from previous years.

Due to rounding, the totals sometimes do not add up. 

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