Aspects of digitalization of the management system in the course of implementation of housing investment and housing projects
This article aims to show how the implementation of the Unified Information Platform (UIP) significantly reduces the construction time during the organization of housing and investment construction. In the article, the author also considers important aspects of the digitalization of construction production. The methodological design involves the method of sociological analysis, the method of expert assessments with subsequent statistical analysis of the data obtained as a result of the questionnaire, the method of mathematical modeling, and comparison. The results of the study made it possible to show that the Unified Information Platform raises the efficiency of relationships between participants in urban planning activities; reduces the total construction period of the facility by 12% (153 days); significantly decreases the cost of construction; the functionality of the Unified Information Platform allows to create a streamlined work process and establish timely control over the performance of work; the absence of such systems or only their local variants noticeably lose in efficiency; the introduction of the Unified Information Platform makes it possible, through electronic interaction, to control the vested interests of corporations and not allow the techno-structure represented by government officials to be subordinated; the use of information technology guarantees maximum efficiency and productivity while minimizing production costs.
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