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Institutions and organisations in the construction industry in Slovakia

Ministry of Transport, Construction and RegionalDevelopment,www.telecom.gov.skAssociation of Construction Entrepreneurs of Slovakia,www.zsps.sk Building Testing and Research Institute,www.tsus.sk National Highway Company,www.ndsas.sk Slovak Green Building Council,www.skgbc.org Slovak Chamber of Architects,www.komoraarchitektov.sk Slovak Chamber of Civil Engineers,www.sksi.sk Slovak Public-Private Partnership Association,www.asociaciappp.sk State Housing Development Fund (ŠFRB),www.sfrb.sk

Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional
Development,www.telecom.gov.sk
Association of Construction Entrepreneurs of Slovakia,www.zsps.sk
Building Testing and Research Institute,www.tsus.sk
National Highway Company,www.ndsas.sk
Slovak Green Building Council,www.skgbc.org
Slovak Chamber of Architects,www.komoraarchitektov.sk
Slovak Chamber of Civil Engineers,www.sksi.sk
Slovak Public-Private Partnership Association,www.asociaciappp.sk
State Housing Development Fund (ŠFRB),www.sfrb.sk

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