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Modeling and monitoring of construction supply chains

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Modeling and monitoring of construction supply chains
The planning and management of supply chains require properly specifying the participating members and the relationships among them. Construction supply chains usually consist of numerous participants and are complex in structure. Representing construction supply chains using a network model can help understand the complexity, support re-configuration, identify the bottlenecks, and prioritize company's resources, as well as add values to the management of construction projects. Using a case example on the MEP processes in a construction project, this paper demonstrates the modeling of construction supply chains using the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) framework developed by the Supply Chain Council (SCC). The SCOR modeling framework provides a structured and systematic way to model a supply chain from conceptual representation to process specification. The SCOR framework is commonly used by corporations for strategic planning of their supply chains. This paper further pr...
Jack C. P. Cheng, Kincho H. Law, Hans Bjornsson, A
Added 08 Dec 2010
Updated 08 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where AEI
Authors Jack C. P. Cheng, Kincho H. Law, Hans Bjornsson, Albert Jones, Ram D. Sriram
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