Building indices, Civil engineering indices and various indices for construction in October 2015Building indices, Civil engineering indices and Various indices for Construction - October 2015

Warning : This “Informations Rapides” issued on 18 January 2016 corrects and replaces that released on 14 January 2016, and reinstates, for the index “TP01”, “TP08” et “TP09”, the figures previously published for the month of August 2015.

Informations rapides
No 10
Paru le : 14/01/2016
Prochaine parution le : 21/12/2017 at 12:00 - September 2017

Warning : This “Informations Rapides” issued on 18 January 2016 corrects and replaces that released on 14 January 2016, and reinstates, for the index “TP01”, “TP08” et “TP09”, the figures previously published for the month of August 2015.

The Building indices, Civil engineering indices and various indices for construction are mainly published for users who need production cost indices in a contract escalation clause. These monthly indices in base 2010 (reference 100 in 2010) have replaced former building indices (mostly reference 100 in January 1974), civil engineering indices (mostly reference 100 in January 1975) and various indices for construction.

The index “road marking works” has been created in July 2015 for contracts for traffic paint work on the roadway. This quarterly index is published monthly.

Since March 2015, INSEE has been publishing monthly building indices, civil engineering indices and various indices for construction in the Informations Rapides collection in addition to their publication in the Official Journal.

TabBTUK – Building indices

2010 = 100
Building indices
Heading August 2015 Sept. 2015 Oct. 2015
BT02 Earthworks 105.7 105.1 105.1
BT03 Masonry and concrete pipes (except frame, reinforced concrete, tiling, coatings and plastering) 104.9 104.3 104.0
BT06 Framework, reinforced concrete structures 103.1 102.6 102.5
BT07 Framework and metal frames 100.6 100.0 100.2
BT08 Plaster and prefabricated plaster 104.3 104.1 103.6
BT09 Ceramic coatings and tiles 103.7 103.4 103.2
BT10 Plastic coatings 107.2 106.5 106.4
BT11 Synthetic textile coatings 108.6 108.5 108.3
BT12 Natural textile coatings 108.1 108.1 107.9
BT14 Coatings in cut natural stone plate and similar products 109.0 108.7 108.8
BT16b Wood frame 104.8 104.7 104.6
BT18a Interior joinery 106.0 106.0 106.0
BT19b Exterior joinery 105.9 105.9 106.0
BT26 Plastic bay closing works including PVC window 104.4 104.9 104.9
BT27 Aluminium bay window closing works 104.7 103.9 103.7
BT28 Ferrous metals bay closing works 101.9 101.1 100.6
BT30 Schist slates roofing 107.5 107.7 107.5
BT32 Baked clay tiles roofing 106.6 106.2 106.2
BT33 Concrete tiles roofing 105.9 106.5 105.9
BT34 Zinc and metal roofing (except copper) 107.6 106.3 105.8
BT35 Asphalt shingles roofing 113.3 111.5 111.6
BT38 Sanitary plumbing (including apparatus) 107.4 107.1 106.9
BT40 Central heating (excluding electrical heating) 103.9 103.5 103.2
BT41 Ventilation and air conditioning 107.5 107.4 107.5
BT42 Joinery of steel and locksmiths 100.9 100.4 99.9
BT43 Aluminium alloy joinery 104.9 104.5 104.5
BT45 Glazing works - Mirror works 107.2 107.1 108.0
BT46 Painting, wall hanging, wall coverings 107.2 106.9 106.8
BT47 Electricity 104.4 104.3 104.2
BT48 Elevators 104.8 104.2 104.1
BT49 Ribbed sheet steel roofing and cladding with waterproofing membrane 105.4 104.8 104.7
BT50 All trades maintenance (in existing buildings) 106.2 105.9 105.8
BT51 PVC joinery 105.2 104.5 104.5
BT52 Exterior waterproofing coatings 106.8 106.2 105.5
BT53 Waterproofing works 103.0 103.1 103.3
BT54 Wood framework 104.2 104.1 104.0
BT01 (Construction of new buildings) All trades works 104.5 104.0 103.8
  • Source: INSEE

TabTPUK – Civil engineering indices

2010 = 100
Civil engineering indices
Heading August 2015 Sept. 2015 Oct. 2015
TP02 New civil engineering and structure works, or renovation 106.2 105.6 105.2
TP03a Large-scale excavation works 104.4 104.2 104.0
TP03b Blasting works 102.7 102.7 102.6
TP04 Foundations and geotechnical works 103.7 103.2 102.7
TP05a Traditional underground works 104.4 103.5 103.3
TP05b Underground works in tunnel boring machines 104.6 103.8 103.6
TP06a Large-scale marine dredging 98.7 98.2 98.5
TP06b River dredging and small marine dredging 102.3 102.2 102.0
TP07b Civil works, concrete and steel for maritime works 97.7 96.7 96.1
TP08 Roads development works and maintenance 101.0 99.4 99.0
TP09 Making and implementation of mixes 93.0 89.2 88.4
TP10a Pipe works, sanitation and water supply, with supply of pipes 105.9 105.4 105.5
TP10b Pipe works, with no supply of pipes 106.9 106.5 106.5
TP10c Rehabilitation of non-visitable pipes 107.0 105.2 103.8
TP11 Long-distance transport / transfer pipelines, pipes supplied 101.4 100.6 100.7
TP12a Energy and communication networking 105.9 105.5 105.5
TP12b Public lighting Installation works 104.1 103.8 103.6
TP12c Public lighting Maintenance works 106.8 106.6 106.7
TP13 Carpentry and metal art works 102.3 101.7 101.6
TP14 Underwater works by divers 106.6 106.0 105.9
TP01 All works General index 102.9 101.9 101.7
  • Source: INSEE

TabDIVUK – Various indices for construction

2010 = 100
Various indices for construction
Heading August 2015 Sept. 2015 Oct. 2015
TRBT Road transport item of Building indices 102.3 101.9 102.0
TRTP Road transport item of Civil Engineering indices 104.8 104.2 104.2
MABTGO Equipment item of building structural works indices 106.7 106.5 106.6
MABTSO Equipment item of building finishing works indices 107.7 110.4 110.4
MATP Equipment item for civil engineering indices 103.4 103.1 103.1
FD Miscellaneous costs item of Building and Civil engineering indices 102.2 100.7 101.0
FG Provision of grains 129.0 129.0 n.a.
FV Provision of plants 102.5 102.4 102.4
EV1 Plant covering 114.9 114.7 n.a.
EV2 Application of phytosanitary products 104.0 103.8 103.9
EV3 Creation of greens 107.1 106.9 n.a.
EV4 Maintenance of greens 107.7 107.2 107.1
PMR Road marking products 107.0 107.0 105.3
TSH Road marking works 105.0 105.0 103.4
ING Engineering 108.5 108.3 108.4
  • Note: Index “FG: Provision of grains", “PMR : Roads marking products" and “TSH : Road marking work" are quarterly. Index "FV: Provision of plants" is yearly. The index FV is constant from September to August of the following year.
  • n.a.: non available
  • Source: INSEE

TabIMUK – Index for updating material assets in construction

2010=1
Index for updating material assets in construction
Heading August 2015 Sept. 2015 Oct. 2015
IM Index for updating material assets in construction 1.0560 1.0560 1.0541
  • Note: The IM index goal is to update the value of equipment in absence of an available replacement value for the calculation of equipment use charges. It should not be confused with various index for construction "equipment item for civil engineering indices" (MATP) whose purpose is escalating contracts.
  • Source: INSEE