Under the responsibility of its Working Group for Harmonisation and Standards, CEDR is launching a call for tenders for a Review of the use and implications of EU Construction Product Regulations on NRAs
On 1st July 2013 EU regulation 305/2011 on the harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products, also known as the “CPR”, came into force after an implementation period of nearly two years. Since the CPR was established in 2011, and certainly since it came into force, multiple issues with respect to the use by and implications for road authorities have become apparent.
Some issues differ from CEDR member to CEDR member, mainly due to differences in interpretation, differences in the way they operate and differences between the national legislation CEDR members have to comply with. CEDR therefore seeks an analysis of these issues.
A call for tender has been published on TED (the supplement of the Official Journal of the EU). The deadline for submission of tenders is 25 January 2017.