30.09.2021

The government has approved a road map for reengineering the rules for industrial construction

As part of the restart of the investment cycle the government approved the "road map" for the transformation of the business climate in the field of industrial construction. It is assumed that the approved measures – in particular, the creation of a regulatory framework for the use of new technologies and simplification of various procedures in industrial construction – will reduce the time required to build such facilities by 40 %, and costs – by 20 % by 2030.

Also these measures should become one of the key elements of the work to launch a new investment cycle, along with fine-tuning the mechanism of agreements on the protection and promotion of capital investment, as well as the support of projects in the regions. As First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov explained earlier, two waves of regulatory changes are planned in the sphere of industrial construction: the measures of the "road map" as well as the analysis of the best practices and "client paths" of investors.

Industrial construction is a very large market segment. In 2019, its volume was estimated at 3.3 trillion rubles, a little less than half of all construction work for the year. It is projected to grow to 7.5 trillion rubles by 2030 and to 9.2 trillion rubles by 2035.

By September 2022 it is planned to have a draft law ready, which would allow to justify technical decisions in the field of safety on the basis of Eurocodes, "green standards", as well as the standards of other countries – for example, China.
Region: Russia
Source: Kommersant
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