Construction Products Regulation or “CPR”

On and from 1 July 2013, under Regulation (EU) No. 305/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products and repealing Council Directive 89/106/EEC (external link) (known as the Construction Products Regulation or the “CPR”), CE marking will be mandatory for all construction products placed on the market for which harmonised standards are in place.  The Construction Products Regulation aims to ensure that reliable performance-related data is made available, by means of Declarations of Performance, in relation to construction products being placed on the European market

The Following information links set out the general objectives behind the Construction Products Regulation, the requirements that must be fulfilled in order to place construction products onto the market and the particular implications for manufacturers, importers and distributors that will arise from the introduction of the Regulation on 1 July 2013.  The information paper also provides some brief information for specifiers, designers and builders when using these construction products.

Construction Products Regulation (CPR)

Construction Products Regulation – CPR Information Note

European Union (CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS) Regulations 2013 S.I. No. 225 of 2013

Regulations (EU) No 305/2011 of The European Parliament and of The Council

The following is the contact details for the nominated authorised officer appointed under Regulation 11 of the European Union Construction Product Regulations 2013.

Authorised Officer Contact Details: -Construction Products Regulation (CPR)

Mr.Michael Hogan,
Assistant Chief Fire Officer, Fire Prevention & Building Control,
Offaly Fire and Rescue Service,Central Fire Station,Tullamore Co Offaly.
Tel: +353 57 9327410 | Fax: +353 57 9351524
mhogan@offalycoco.ie| www.offaly.ie