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Friday, 9 August 2019

Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan attends festive event on Builder’s Day

On August 9, Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan attended a festive event dedicated to Builder’s Day.

In his speech, Tigran Avinyan noted that the Armenian builder has always been at the forefront of creative forces in society: builders are selfless devotees of one of the driving forces of our country’s economy. The numerous wonderful masterpieces created by Armenian architects and builders should serve as a guideline for the new generation of professional builders who must not only continue the good traditions but also master the latest technologies and management systems to create comfortable living conditions for the citizens of the Republic of Armenia with a special focus placed on socially oriented development programs. The task in the field of construction is to provide a comfortable environment, safety, and up-to-date architectural features that take into account the traditions.

The Deputy Prime Minister said the Government is well aware of the need streamline the licensing and pricing procedures, as well as reconsidering the process of interconnected public tenders. We also need to improve the expertise standards that will ensure the security of tomorrow’s buildings. The solution to these issues calls for a professional approach, legislative amendments, as well as the stakeholders’ determination as they imply reconsidering existing systems and curbing inertia.

The Deputy Prime Minister stressed that a sustainable and competitive construction sector should be created in Armenia, and we should start thinking about technological improvements. The introduction of BIM technologies (system of information modeling of buildings) is a must. This could be the competitive advantage of the whole sector in the region.

In conclusion, Tigran Avinyan expressed confidence that the ambitious programs implemented by the Urban Development Committee would make the construction sector one of the most important sectors of our economy.

The Deputy Prime Minister’s remarks were followed by an award ceremony for construction workers.

July 2020