Azariy Lapidus,



Construction control,Redevelopment of industrial areas,Reprofiling industrial facilities,Scientific and technical renovation,urban development,


Reprofiling industrial facilities allows companies to optimize their structure while also creating a competitive environment in the service sector. In addition, the portfolio of assets undergoes optimization during the reprofiling process. Because of the release of the production space, it would be possible to reduce the costs by preserving, selling, and leasing production space. Therefore, to achieve and strengthen a long-term competitiveness, companies are forced to adjust their activities with an emphasis on the changing demands of the period. The world is constantly changing, so it is very important to respond expediently and quickly to these changes.To date, international practice and experience of reprofiling in the Russian Federation have shown it as one of the most difficult managerial tasks. During this process, many restrictions, along with the unique characteristics of the company, in which it is conducted, should be considered. Consequently, it must be performed only in the presence of the clearly defined goals, the reprofiling concept, and an understanding of each stage and methods to be observed.The topic of this article is relevant since the model of the work performed during the reprofiling allows this process to go as smoothly and efficiently as possible, allowing the company to adapt to new market conditions.However, this issue is poorly covered nowadays. In fact, many sources consider the redesigning strategy only as a special case study of a restructuring strategy or as a strategy for updating the fixed assets. Therefore, regulatory documentation for capital construction projects as well as for reprofiling facilities should be improved.


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