The paper presents Renovating processes as the basis for the reproduction of competitive housing facilities. In this competitive housing projects consists of characteristics such as the quality (technical, organizational, economic, social and psychological characteristics), environmental (ecological location of the object, the process of housing construction, construction site, the construction materials and technologies, built-up and the surrounding area) and consumer price (purchase price (purchase) of housing, the operating costs of the consumer (consumer aggregate costs associated with the operation of housing for the duration of operation)). The author emphasizes that during the renovations activities in respect of housing construction in Moscow should pay more attention to the ecological reconstruction of the activities of a building complex, aimed at increasing the level of environmental safety and comfort of residents living in housing, built- up areas and in areas associated with zones of activity construction companies. To ensure environmental safety activities within the reproduction of housing construction and renovation processes, facilities should be developed based on the principles of comprehensiveness, qualitative and quantitative analysis, systematic. The economic efficiency of the system assess the ecological safety of housing projects depends on the economic impact resulting from the introduction in the construction of housing profile of specific measures to protect the environment. The basic components of an integrated indicator of ecological safety of housing projects are identified.
Effectiveness is the result of comparing actions, causes and forces of some production processes affecting their end systemic results. Effects are usually determined by certain fragmentary directions of economic, organizational, technological and resource-related activities of a construction enterprise. The effectiveness of each direction may have opposite development vectors. Often the choice of production parameters requires integral estimation of the results of activity related to its potential. It is this method of production activity estimation, disclosing its systemic nature that has been in high demand of late. A construction business should be looked upon as a self-organizing and self-reproducing system ensuring the main principles of construction: • first of all, the principle of mobility as the essential possibility of and readiness for continual redeployment of technological processes, vehicles, devices and workers within the construction site; • secondly, the principle of reaching the goal, i.e. obtaining building products in a preset amount of respective quality, at minimum construction costs; • thirdly, the principle of economic-organizational and innovational resilience of a construction system due to a variety of its states. All principles can be fused into an integral self-organizing body by way of continual assessment of integral states.
The article is devoted to the inquiry for optimal parameters of processes of the construction machinery reproduction. The cyclical nature of the renewal of the machinery and mechanisms utilized in the production of construction and installation works, the traditions of business turnover and the existing amortization rules do not allow to support the requirements of the construction industry reforming. This requires linking the processes of technological innovations implementation with the programs of reproduction of the fixed assets at the sectorial and regional levels. The scale of reproduction is dictated by the needs in technical equipage of investment and construction activities. In the process of the reproduction cycle a number of tasks were resolved which the author synthesized into a complex algorithm of reproduction of the construction machinery. Its implementation was focused by the author on the optimization of reproduction cycle costs, as well on the economic assessment of the plans of technological development of construction industry and its subjects
- life cycle;
- cost management;