The Russian government intends to reduce the construction time of industrial facilities by 40% by 2030 by introducing amendments to the legislation. On Tuesday, March 16, the secretariat of the First Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Andrei Belousov told reporters about it.
“By 2030, as a result of the planned” reassembly “of regulatory regulation, the construction time of industrial facilities should be reduced by 40%, and the cost of their construction – by 20%,” the message says.
It is also noted that Belousov headed the working group on systemic technological changes in the field of industrial construction, which will be engaged in the formation of measures to reduce administrative barriers and investor costs.
The secretariat stressed that during the first meeting of the group, the priority activities of the road map were discussed, which are aimed at reducing business costs during the construction of promotional facilities, adding that the first version of the document could be approved in mid-April.
In addition, it was indicated that these measures imply systemic changes in the rules in industrial construction, including through the optimization of excessive requirements, as well as the use of BIM technologies, the re-registration of foreign building codes, etc.
“It is planned that the document will include about 25 events with a deadline for implementation until the end of 2021 and 2022. The basis for the formation of the “road map” is the “client path” of projects for the creation of industrial facilities with an emphasis on the most problematic issues, “- said the secretariat.
In addition, they will analyze the foreign experience in the construction of such facilities, as well as the possibility of its application.
Earlier, on March 11, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the possibilities of the construction industry in the country have grown significantly, the export of such services has become a reality. He noted that construction services can be exported on a par with hydrocarbons and industrial goods.
On the same day, the Russian leader called for increased spending on infrastructure construction at the regional and federal levels. Putin added that such expenditures should be increased both at the federal level and more opportunities for increasing them should be provided at the regional level.
In April 2020, the head of state announced that the government would support the construction complex, which will become a locomotive during the recovery of the Russian economy. The President noted that in the construction sector, it is important to take into account the need for a continuous mode of operation, in particular, at vital facilities.