Using Innovative Design Methods For The Sustainable Development Of The Construction Industry

Abstract

This article examines a set of basic features that form the basis for the stable development of the construction industry. One of the main decisions is seen to increase the demand for construction services, as well as the creation of comfortable competitive conditions in the market in order to form more favorable offers for the Russian consumer. This study also examines the basic principles and potential uses of information modeling technologies, building modeling. The influence of these factors on the environmental, economic and social problems of modern society deserves special attention. The authors of the work emphasize the importance and necessity of high-quality and efficient allocation and use of resources and building materials, as well as the establishment of specific priorities for environmental protection in order to ensure the stable functioning of the entire construction industry. A review was also carried out of a set of relevant literature concerning the principles of development of the construction industry, the main approaches and measures used. Based on this information, it becomes possible to form generalized conclusions about the impact of the sustainable functioning of the construction services sector. An important aspect is a significant impact on increasing the investment attractiveness of the sector, as well as creating a competitive national economy. The study determines the importance and impact of innovative structural design methods in relation to improving the efficiency of business processes at enterprises and organizations, modernizing industrial potential and gaining competitive advantages of the Russian Federation.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.67

Online ISSN

2357-1330