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Chernyshov L.N., Zbritskiy A.A., Ivchik T.A.

The basics of forming an industry system for professional

qualifications in housing and utilities ……. 3



Pankratov E. P., Morschinina N.I.

About the development of entrepreneurial activity in the housing

construction market ….. 14


Tshovrebov E.S., Boravskiy B.V.

Formation of system of the reference with secondary

resources in building and municipal complexes

of municipal economy: organizational, technical

and economic aspects …… 25


Volchkova I.V., Shadeyko N.R., Votyakova I.V.,

Vorobyeva E.S., Ufimtseva E.V.

Labor market development in the economic space

of the Tomsk agglomeration …… 44

Khrustalev B.B., Antipov V.A.

Analysis of problems and forecasts of further development

of the construction industry in Penza region …… 55



Performance evaluation of basalt fiber on the deflection

strength of expanded clay concrete beam ….. 66

The basics of forming an industry system for professional qualifications in housing and utilities

Chernyshov L.N., Council on professional qualifications in housing and communal services, Moscow, Russia; e-mail:

Zbritskiy A.A., Ivchik T.A., the Institute for STR GASIS National Research University «Higher school of Economics», Moscow, Russia; e-mail:

Keywords : labor market, education system, professional standards, qualifications, appraisals, educational programs, independent qualification assessment, experts, employers, students, council on professional qualifications in housing and utilities, updating, high-performance materials and equipment, digital and intellectual technologies.

In the article, the authors characterize the initial stage of the implementation of the National Skills System and analyze the 6 year period of the formation of the industry system of qualifications in housing and utilities. The main results of the work of the Council on professional qualifications in housing and infrastructure in the Russian Federation are presented, as well as the prospects of the Council's activities within the framework of the strategy for the development of the national qualification system until 2030, in connection with the active introduction of high-performance materials and equipment, digital and intellectual technologies in the industry.


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3. Chernyshov L.N., Zbritskiy A.A., Shreiber A.K., Ivchik T.A. Organizational and legal mechanisms to reduce the risks of applying professional standards in the example of the utility sector //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2019, no 5, pp. 3-12 (in Russ.).

4. Zbritskiy A.A., Chernyshov L.N., Ivchik T.A. Organizational and methodological problems of independent evaluation system of qualifications in housing and communal services //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2017, no 2, pp. 3-12 (in Russ.).

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7. Zbritskiy A.A., Ivchik T.A., Mironova L.V., Schreiber A.K. Professional standards as a basis for improving the quality and prestige of the highly skilled workers leading to careers in construction production //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2015, no 4, pp. 3-8 (in Russ.).

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About the development of entrepreneurial activity in the housing construction market

Pankratov E. P. , Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russia; e-mail: ер-ра

Morschinina N.I. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Sevastopol, Russia; e-mail:

Keywords: housing construction market, economic indicators of business activity, project financing.

The article considers a set of economic indicators of business activity in the housing construction market, which acts as an essential component of the Russian economy. They noted that the turnover of real estate in housing occupies the largest share in the realization of market relations, and the structure of housing market takes a special role of aggregate economic behavior of actors in organizations create and use residential property. The paper reveals that the gradation of the residential real estate market into primary and secondary causes the use of different approaches to assessing the development of business activities, and the involvement of residential real estate objects in the turnover meets the legal characteristics of the organizational and economic system. It is emphasized that this system involves joint cooperation, on the one hand, the state, on the other, professional participants in the residential real estate market. The paper considers the main organizational and economic task of the construction complex functioning, which acts as a process of forming prerequisites for the development of business activities to increase the volume of high-quality construction of housing stock, increase the turnover of transactions and increase the invested funds. The result is the achievement of synergistic effect, expressed in the positive dynamics of development of related industries, such as labour market, banking sector, production of construction materials, services, etc.


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Formation of system of the reference with secondary resources in building and municipal complexes of municipal economy: organizational, technical and economic aspects

Tshovrebov E.S., the independent researcher, Moscow, Russia; e-mail:

Boravskiy B.V., CEO INECO LLC, Moscow, Russia; e-mail:

Keywords : secondary resources, a waste, е cological safety, preservation of the environment, a building and municipal complex, the savings of resources, an infrastructure, organizational-technical system, е conomic efficiency, scientific and technical development.

As theme of research of the present work the organisation of system of the reference saving up resources with the secondary resources, realising basic priorities and principles of economy of the closed cycle providing minimisation of formation and placing of a waste, maximisation of involving of their resource component in economic circulation acts. On the basis of the analysis of existing scientifically-methodological approaches to creation of ecologically safe processes, technologies it is industrial-economic activities the methodology of formation of organizational-technical system of the reference with secondary resources in a building and municipal complex as to the basic providing structure of municipal economy of municipal unions is developed. In work the infrastructure on processing and use of secondary resources is identified and classified, properties and characteristics are presented its distinctive. Results of research have wide application at an ecological substantiation of activity in the field of the reference with a waste and secondary resources at predesign and design stages of investment process, working out of territorial schemes and regional programs in the field of the reference with a waste.


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Labor market development in the economic space of the Tomsk agglomeration

Volchkova I.V., Shadeyko N.R. Tomsk State Pedagogical University, Tomsk, Russia; e-mail:;

Votyakova I.V., Vorobyeva E.S. Seversk Technological Institute - branch of State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education «National Research Nuclear University «MEPhl», Seversk, Russia; e-mail:;

Ufimtseva E.V. Tomsk State University of Architecture and Building, Tomsk, Russia; e-mail:

Keywords : labor market, socio-economic development, economic space, agglomeration of settlements, Tomsk region.

This article is devoted to the study of the development of the labor market in the Tomsk agglomeration. The purpose of the proposed research is to study the level of balance of the agglomeration labor market. Methods of statistical and comparative analytical analysis are used as research methods. The paper analyzes the main indicators of the labor market in Seversk, Tomsk and Tomsk region. The conclusion is made about the heterogeneity of the Tomsk agglomeration in terms of some indicators of the functioning of the labor market, which negatively affects the connectivity of the economic space of the agglomeration and requires coordination of the policy in the field of employment. Based on the findings, the main instruments for regulating the labor market of the Tomsk agglomeration are presented. The practical significance of the results of the proposed study lies in the fact that its results can be used by scientific teams studying various aspects of the functioning and development of the labor market in Russian agglomerations.


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Analysis of problems and forecasts of further development of the construction industry in Penza region

Khrustalev B.B., Antipov V.A., Penza state University of architecture and construction, Penza, Russia; e-mail:

Keywords: investment and construction complex, analysis of functioning and forecasting of development of the investment and construction complex of the Penza region, strategy of development of the construction sector, efficiency of the construction industry in the region, trend line.

The article discusses the effectiveness of the chosen strategy for the development of the construction industry on the example of a particular region. According to Rosstat and the "Unified resource of developers", the main trends and further options for the development of the construction complex of the Penza region are identified. In particular, the estimation and the calculated options to 20203 year indicators such as total area of building units, a postponement of the commissioning of square meters, the average area of houses under construction in the Penza region, the average price for 1 sq. m., the number of workers employed in construction, the average s/p workers employed in building construction. The research methods are theoretical analysis, analysis and synthesis, in particular, forecasting changes in the main statistical data of the construction industry of the Penza region for 3 years ahead, using the trend line in the Microsoft Excel program. The information base for the study of this problem was literary sources on the activities of construction enterprises, scientific articles, monographs, electronic resources, legal sources. Scientific methods such as description, comparison, and classification served as the methodological basis for the article. For effective work of enterprises in the construction market, it is necessary to create a system of complex legislative, legal and economic standards to ensure the effectiveness of solving the problem of unfinished construction, transition to innovative and technological innovations.


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Performance evaluation of basalt fiber on the deflection strength of expanded clay concrete beam

CHIADIGHIKAOBI P. C., JEAN Paul V., SSERUNJOJI N., Department of Civil Engineering, Peoples Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University; e-mail:

Keywords: Deflection of Expanded Clay Basalt Fiber concrete, fibered concrete beam, basalt rebar.

This research paper studied a flexural strength on deflection of Lightweight Expanded Clay Concrete Beams Reinforced with Basalt Rod with dispersed Chopped Basalt Fiber. The deflection tests were done on 12 expanded clay concrete beams (50x120x1500mm) of two sets of lightweight concrete mixtures: 6 concrete beams reinforced with 2 (two) basalt rods (2∅10) without dispersed Chopped Basalt Fiber, and 6 dispersed Chopped Basalt Fiber concrete beam reinforced with 2 (two) basalt rods (2∅10), tested under four-point loading configuration until failure occurred. 1.6 percent of chopped Basalt Fiber were added to the expanded clay concrete as dispersed fiver. The results of this research work are comparative analysis of experimental deflections of simply supported beams reinforced with BFRP rebar (Basalt Fiber Reinforced Polymers) with and with dispersed chopped basalt fiber. During the investigation of beams, there were registered beam deflection and width cracks, as well as critical forces. From the experimental analysis. Chopped Basalt Fiber increases the flexural strength of the beam and reduces the deflection length of the beam. From this study it was concluded that Basalt Fibers have positive effect on the behavior of under reinforced beams and can change the behavior of over reinforced beams to more ductile one.


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