The Ministry of Construction approved additions and changes to the new federal estimated regulatory framework of the FSNB-2022


The Ministry of Construction of Russia, by order No. 335/pr dated May 11, 2023, approved the sixth additions and changes to the new federal estimated regulatory framework of the FSNB-2022, which entered into force on February 25, 2023.

Additions and changes were implemented in pursuance of paragraph 2.1 of the Action Plan to improve pricing in the construction industry of the Russian Federation, approved by the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Marat Khusnullin dated December 10, 2020 No. 11789p-P16.

As part of the current package of additions and changes, 225 new estimated norms have been included in the FSNB-2022 budget and regulatory framework. Including 47 estimated norms developed by the initiators in accordance with the Procedure for Approving Estimated Standards, approved by Order of the Ministry of Construction of Russia dated January 13, 2020 No. 2/pr.

54 estimated norms was developed by Glavgosexpertiza of Russia, 124 estimated norms were formed as part of the implementation of the Action Plan for the interaction of the Ministry of Construction of Russia, Glavgosexpertiza and the Government of Moscow (represented by the Committee of the City of Moscow for pricing policy in construction and state expertise of projects – Moscomexpertiza) and the Action Plan for interaction between the Ministry of Construction of Russia, Ministry of Transport of Russia and Glavgosexpertiza of Russia on the harmonization of state estimated standards and industry estimated standards.

Also, the changes affect the updating of 474 estimated standards, including in accordance with the approval of new standards, adjusting the scope of work, clarifying the names of the estimated norms, as well as changes related to the adjustment for construction resources.

In addition, the current changes and additions to the FSNB-2022 provide for the inclusion 753 new building resources in the collection "Federal estimated prices for materials, products, structures and equipment used in construction at the base price level" (FSBC), updating 846 building materials and deleting 23 resources.

< p style="text-align: justify;"> There is an addition to the collection "Estimated prices for the operation of machines and mechanisms at the basic price level" 30 machines and mechanisms. Changes have been made to 11 machines and mechanisms (including a change in the name – 3 items; bringing information about the consumption and cost of electricity without changing the estimated price – 4 items; added relocation costs – 4 items).

More details about the changes can be found on the website of the Federal State Information System for Pricing in Construction (FSIS CS) at link.