Requirements for construction organizations are imposed not depending on the types of construction work they perform, but depending on the class of structures being built, according to the current legislation.
Construction organization in this regard must maintain a wide staff of specialists in order to obtain a license for one subspecies of activity.
According to the authors of the law-in-draft, such requirements in a number of cases are economically unjustified and unprofitable, since small construction organizations cannot maintain a large staff of employees. These conditions are impracticable due to the lack of qualified personnel in some cases.
A group of deputies of the Committee on Agro-Industrial Complex Issues came up with a legislative initiative and proposed to enshrine in the law that the license applicant, that is, an organization providing services in the construction sector, can attract managers and specialists of the relevant profile under civil law contracts to carry out work in the declared field. The committee will recommend to the Supreme Council to adopt this law-in-draft in final reading.