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DOI: 10.33622/0869-7019
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  • INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN CONSTRUCTION
  • Digital Management System of the Life Cycle of Capital Construction Objects
  • UDC 69:65.011.56
    doi: 10.33622/0869-7019.2023.02.10-19
    Pavel D. CHELYSHKOV, cim@cstroy.ru
    Andrey A. VOLKOV, a@cscope.com
    Aleksey E. DAVYDOV, cim@cstroy.ru
    Information deling Center of Research Center of Construction, 2-ya Institutskaya ul., 6, str. 1, Moscow 109428, Russian Federation
    Abstract. The article discusses modern theoretical and practical design aspects of a digital management system of the life cycle of capital construction objects, including system structure formalization, correlation analysis of its elements, and their development means. The management system ameliorates the quality of construction by ensuring information reliability, automation of decision-making processes, and transparency of execution control. Implementing management system mechanisms opens the possibility of building urban planning information systems and territorial development systems at a higher level. As a result, the construction complex will be fully integrated into the digital economy ecosystem in the interests of the end users, reducing the time needed for investment justification, engineering surveys, design, and construction. The scale of the management system involves dividing it into separate projects to create elements and subsystems of various levels. As a rule, such projects have unique targets and implementation order. In the first approximation, the authors attempted to systematize the subject area under consideration and analyze the tasks of building a management system. The design and application of a state information system for urban planning activities, the use of a construction information classifier, data exchange issues using XML schemas, and issues of building a digital requirement system were also considered. When creating a comprehensive construction industry digital ecosystem at all management levels, it is necessary to adhere to the priority principle of strategic over tactical planning and tactical over operational planning, including clarity of hierarchy, transparency, and continuity of responsibility; professional and objective decision-makers; and independent expertise.
    Keywords: construction, automated construction management system, information modeling, digital transformation, digital economy, life cycle of capital construction object, life cycle management of capital construction object, state information system for urban planning activities, classifier of construction information
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