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ISBN-10: 0071548858

ISBN-13: 9780071548854

Edition: 2010

Authors: W. C. Benton, Linda McHenry, Linda Mchenry

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Solutions to all purchasing management problems in construction ..This guide offers hands-on solutions to todays purchasing management problems in construction. Using many charts,.tables, and illustrations, the book shows how to develop a timeand.cost-efficient supply chain system that is second to none..This expert resource covers just-in-time purchasing and e-purchasing,.global sourcing, materials and inventory management,.supplier selection and evaluation, transportation and logistics,.equipment acquisition and disposal, bargaining and negotiations,.total quality management, and more.
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List price: $79.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 8/27/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 266
Size: 6.40" wide x 9.40" long x 0.71" tall
Weight: 1.056
Language: English

W.C. Benton, Ph.D., is the Edwin Dodd Professorof Management and the Dean’s Distinguished Research Professor ofOperations and Supply Chain Management at The Ohio StateUniversity.Linda F. McHenry, Esq., is Vice Presidentand COO for Benton and Associates.

Introduction to Construction Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
Manufacturing Risks versus Construction Risks
Types of Construction Projects
Preconstruction Design and Contractor Selection
Information Management
Risk Management
Critical Elements for Best Practice Construction
Supply Chain Management and Competitive Construction Operations
Barriers to Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Partnerships
Traditional Construction Supply Chain
Benefits of Supplier Partnerships
Risks of Supplier-Contractor Partnerships
Joint Venture Supply Chain Partnership
The Construction Supply Sourcing Process and Procedures
Objectives and Activities of Construction Supply Sourcing
The Supply Management Process
Supply Sourcing Dollar Responsibility
Competitive Pressures
Material Shortages
Complex, High-Value Projects
Potential for Profit
Purchasing and Competitive Strategy Linkage
Competitive Strategy
Supply Chain Strategy
The Project Sourcing Plan
Purchase Order
The Subcontract Document
The Sourcing Cycle
Construction Sourcing Documents
Prime Contract
Purchase Order
Leases and other Agreements
Subcontracting versus Materials Purchasing
The Subcontracting Sourcing Process
Materials Purchasing
Maintenance, Repair, and Operating Supplies
Construction Supply Chain Relationship Management
Construction Supply Chain Relationship Management
Subcontractor and Supplier Reduction
Four Dimensions of Supply Chain Relationships
Supplier Relationship Management Segmentation
Preferred Supplier Relationship Management
Strategic Supplier Relationship Management
Strategic Source Performance Review Process
Strategic Supplier Relationship Scoring System
Tier 1 Supplier Profile Example
Construction Supplier Selection and Evalution
Construction Purchasing Mistakes
Construction Sourcing Success Factors
Sources of Supplier Information
Strategic Selection
Criteria for Supplier Evaluation
Three Common Supplier Evaluation Systems
Categorical Method
Cost-Ratio Method
Linear Averaging
Single versus Multiple Sources
Advantages of Multiple Sourcing
Advantages of Single Sourcing
Advantages of Dual Sourcing
Long-Term Relationship Issues
Supplier Reduction
Purchasing Subcontracting Service
Preliminary Subcontracting Planning
Subcontracting Source Selection
Preparation of the Bid Package or Request for Quotation
Components of the Bid Package
Pre-Bid Conference
Purchasing/Supply Management (Large Construction Organizations)
Evaluation of Bid Packages
Submitting Bids by E-mail, Facsimile, and Telephone
Contract Types
Lump Sum Contracts
Unit Price Contracts
Cost-Plus Contracts
Design-Build Contracts
Negotiated Contracts
Contract Negotiations
Awarding Major Subcontractors
Subcontractor and Supplier Quality Assurance and Quality Control Expectations
Strategic Construction QA and QC
Change Orders
Construction Equipment Planning, Purchasing, and Leasing
Company Goals and Objectives
New Market Niche Ideas
Cash-Flow Analysis
Economic Evaluation
Example: Motor Grader
Financial Plan Analysis
Expenditure Control
Disposal of Capital Equipment
Purchasing New versus Used Construction Equipment
Construction Supply Chain Complexity, Profitability, and Information Sharing
Construction Supply Chain Management
Information Sharing
Project Execution
Construction Supply Chain Management Business Models
Public and Private Sector Heavy Construction and Horizontal Supply Chain Models
The Components of the Heavy Construction Supply Chain Model
Public versus Private Construction Projects
Supply Chain Document Flows
Supply Chain Coordination and Information Flows
Supply Chain Money Flows
Private and Public Sector (Vertical) Construction Supply Chain Models
Supply Chain Document Flows
Supply Chain Coordination and Information Flows
Supply Chain Money Flows
Implementation of Construction Supply Chain Management
Joint Venture Agreement
Subcontractor's Bid Package and Pre-Bid Invitation
CD 300, Standard Form of Tri-Party Agreement for Collaborative Project Delivery
Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor for Integrated Project Deliver
Construction Management At Risk Contract