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Costs of civil engineering rose in October 2022 by 14.3 per cent from one year ago

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According to Statistics Finland, the costs of civil engineering rose by 14.3 per cent from October 2021 to October 2022. The annual change in costs varied by sub-index from 17.4 per cent for surfacing to 7.0 per cent for concrete structures.

Key points

  • The costs of civil engineering rose by 14.3 per cent from one year back.
  • The annual change in costs varied by sub-index from 17.4 per cent for surfacing to 7.0 per cent for concrete structures.
  • Examined by cost factor, the biggest cost increases occurred in the costs of own machinery (28.9 %) and material costs (14.9 %).
  • The rise in the total index was most influenced by higher prices of motor fuel oil, bitumen and purchased transport services.

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23.11.2022

Cost index of civil engineering works 2015=100 indices by structure, October 2022

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Cost index of civil engineering works 2015=100, totalindex by cost factor, October 2022

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