Lithuanian Construction Association
The Lithuanian Construction Association (LCA) is the largest organisation uniting companies involved in construction, design work, manufacturing of building materials and structures, maintenance and other companies as well as education institutions.
For 26 years, the LCA has been professionally representing the interests of the construction business, building partnerships, promoting competitiveness and improving the business environment, expanding cooperation between companies and organisations, mobilising efforts to find business development opportunities, strengthening the construction business community, promoting corporate social responsibility, shaping a positive image of the construction worker’s profession, and striving to achieve technological progress and sustainability in the country’s construction sector.
LCA vision. We are a business organisation that professionally represents the interests of the construction industry by addressing challenges, building partnerships, improving the business environment, promoting the growth of the business of LCA members and increasing the opportunities for its development.
LCA mission. We aim to mobilise and strengthen the construction business community, create a competitive and favourable business environment, promote corporate social responsibility, contribute to technological progress and sustainability in the country’s construction sector, and shape a positive image of the construction worker’s profession.
Currently, the Association brings together nearly 150 companies and organisations involved in construction, design work, manufacturing of building materials and structures, maintenance, training, etc.
The LCA also includes the Republican Association of Manufacturers of Windows and Doors, the Lithuanian Association of Plumbers, the Lithuanian Expanded Polystyrene Association, the Baltic Scaffolders Association and the National Electrical Engineering Business Association NETA.
The LCA members account for about 70% of the construction work in Lithuania and contribute about 8% of the national GDP to the economy.
AREAS OF ACTIVITY
◾ Digitisation of the construction sector and introduction of the Building Information Modelling (BIM) methodology in Lithuania
◾ Improving the business environment and promoting fair competition
◾ Quality and progress in construction processes
◾ Promoting exports of construction services
◾ Competence development and occupational safety of construction workers
◾ Energy efficiency of buildings
◾ Public procurement of construction works and design services
◾ Improving the public image of the construction worker’s profession