Non-capital structures are considered to be structures that do not have a strong connection with the ground, and their design features allow for dismantling, displacement, and subsequent assembly without changes in properties and characteristics. Thus, any prefabricated building with a foundation of small deepening (not more than 30 cm) using prefabricated metal structures with bolted connections can be classified as non-capital. After all, regardless of the functional purpose and size, it can be dismantled, moved, and installed in a new place.

The capital construction facility is tied to a permanent foundation, while there is necessarily a link to the land plot, involves the collection of permits for operation, and requires cadastral registration.