The purpose of the article is the question of creating an indicative base to determine the level of biosphere compatibility of construction market participants. Biosphere compatibility is considered as a characteristic of the processes of production, management and organization from the point of view of preservation of natural resources and ensuring sustainable development in the construction industry. The relevance of creating adaptive mechanisms of construction enterprises for the implementation of transformational changes at the micro, meso- and macrolevels has been determined. Methodology. Typical sustainability indicators were grouped and analyzed using a three-year (2018, 2019, 2020) dataset of 15 construction companies, although these indicators are universal regardless of the industry in which they apply. On the basis of these indicators, the meaningful parameters of the state of the construction enterprise system that can be obtained as a result of transformations based on biosphere compatibility have been established. The result is a model for obtaining indicators, which helps to predict and evaluate the effectiveness of sustainable transformation of the enterprise. Factors influencing the formation of the concept of urban environment production, resource use policy, energy efficiency of production and operation of the final construction products during the life cycle, the main factors influencing the formation of the environmental and economic mechanism of development of construction enterprises on the principles of biosphere compatibility are considered. Practical implications. Formation of the concept, the strategy of development of the construction industry, fully taking into account global, national, regional conditions and restraining (limiting) regressive influences, especially important in circumstances where the current circumstances of the industry sometimes contradict the principles of sustainable development. The reasons determining the transition to biosphere-compatible construction are based on generally accepted concepts of conscious consumption of resources and modified models of urban society economy that take into account the social component. Comprehensive assessment of design solutions for the construction of biosphere-mixing facilities, based on a system of not only economic factors, but also environmental and social, which corresponds to the principles of sustainable development. Value/originality. Targeted biosphere-compatible transformation of construction market participants, based on the biosphere-compatibility assessment system in this article, should become a leading tool for the development of modern cities, as it takes into account not only technological, but also social, economic and environmental aspects.
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sustainable development, biosphere-compatible change management, greening the economy, biosphere compatibility of production, assessment of biosphere compatibility
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