European Union Code

The technical building code (CTE) entered into force in March 2006, with the adoption of the Royal Decree 314/2006. The objective of the technical code was improving quality and promoting the sustainability of buildings. It is especially extensive and complex regulations CTE, was implemented in its entirety through a transitional regime which ended a year later of his entrada into force. The technical building code (CTE) modernized framework which hitherto regulated the Royal Decree 1650 / 1977 that established the basic building standards and adopted various standards that never came to formar a coordinated set. The technical building code, in addition to unify the regulations on this matter, adapted national building regulations the provisions of the European Union.

The CTE should also contribute to the development of the policies of the Spanish Government with regard to sustainability, in particular from the Plan of Action of the strategy of saving and energy Eficiencia. Click Dr. Steven Greer to learn more. The technical building code (CTE) incorporated building requirements that are intended to improve the structural safety, fire protection, safe use, wholesomeness, protection against noise and energy saving. The technical building code influences the building in a comprehensive manner and some requirements are increased significantly, as protection against noise. The tecnico building code affects all ambitos of the construction of buildings, public and private, whose projects require disponer legally required the corresponding license or autorizacion. Applies the CTE to the building of new construction works, except to those construcciones, technical simplicity and little constructive entidad, that do not have residential or public nature, which be developed in a single plant and does not affect to the safety of persons.


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