The Bridge Between Supply Chain and Construction
1 hour 30 minutes
Learn how to implement profitable construction supply chain management and avoid the potential risks.
The construction process has changed in complexity over time; the primary objective of the industry is basically the same as it was 100 years ago: to build infrastructure, roads, schools, homes, hospitals, factories and other businesses. In 2019, approximately $4 trillion was spent in the United States in the construction industry. Construction sourcing risk involves all of the entities in the supply chain: the project owner, architect, general contractor, prime contractor, subcontractors, materials suppliers and equipment providers. The potential for mistakes and problems is magnified by the interrelationships between these entities.
• You will be able to describe how to deliver a high quality project under budget and on time.
• You will be able to identify how to integrate next generation technology and predictive analytics into your construction operation.
• You will be able to discuss how to use world class supply chain integration concepts to optimize budgets, schedules and overall quality from design to completion.
• You will be able to explain how to implement a continuous construction training program for your construction company.