Review article

The life cycle impacton the distribution of construction and technical expertise tasks

UDC: 

624.05

DOI: 

10.23968/1999-5571-2020-17-5-130-140

Pages: 

130-140

Annotation: 

Acceleration of scientific and technological progress, increasing requirements for safety, comfort, and efficiency of capital construction projects, and the impact of the external economic environment, among other things, determine organizational transformations not only in investment and construction activities, but also in all periods and stages of the life cycle of buildings and structures. At the same time, increasing complexity of the organizational foundations of construction and housing and communal complexes, growing number and intensity of interactions between contractors lead to the emergence of disputes and conflicts between them and as a result, to the need to get out of such situations. A tool for fair conflict resolution can be a construction and technical expertise, which can be classified as judicial, pre-trial and corporate, depending on the institutional affiliation. This article discusses the distribution of tasks of construction and technical expertise on the time scale of the object's life cycle, as well as the theoretical basis for the manifestation of these phenomena.

Authors: 

Lazareva N. V. National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering Moscow, Russia

Zinoviev A. Yu. National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering Moscow, Russia

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