Spanish building regulations
When dealing with the planning of a construction site in Spain, it is necessary to know the legislation. The regulations may vary according to the city council and the autonomous community where the construction is to be carried out.
It is essential to put yourself in the hands of a team of professionals with experience in the sector in order to know all the details about the regulations for construction in Spain. With the necessary legal advice, you will be able to deal with all the procedures so that the projects comply with the requirements of the different administrations.
The Une normative
The UNE normative documents are a set of rules and reports created by the Technical Committees of Standardization of the Spanish Association for Standardization (UNE).
UNE is a private association recognized by law in Spain as a national standardization body to comply with the requirements of the Regulation of the infrastructure for Quality and Industrial Safety and the Regulation on European Standardization.
In order to know all the indispensable details to plan a construction in Spain, it is necessary to study and apply these standards in the projects, in which the topics related to materials and construction products are included.
The regulations for construction
The construction sector in Spain seeks to meet the requirements of the European Union’s strategic objectives. These objectives are reflected in the Europe 2020 Strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.
The most important aspects of the European regulations are related to the safety of construction workers in the event of fire, energy efficiency, rehabilitation and conservation of buildings, sustainability and accessibility.
Another of the main objectives of the European strategy for construction is the implementation of the BIM methodology (Building Information Modeling).
The BIM is a collaborative work system that allows the management of civil works projects through a digital model in charge of harmonizing all the elements of the infrastructure during the construction cycle.
The BIM is responsible for coordinating and integrating the work of architects, engineers, builders, suppliers and customers to improve the process and management of buildings, representing a revolution in the way the sector is managed.