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MANAGING BUILDING INFORMATION AND CLIENT REQUIREMENTS IN CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CHAIN - CONSTRUCTOR'S VIEW

@inproceedings{Nummelin2011MANAGINGBI,
  title={MANAGING BUILDING INFORMATION AND CLIENT REQUIREMENTS IN CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CHAIN - CONSTRUCTOR'S VIEW},
  author={J. Nummelin and Kristiina Sulankivi and MarcT. Kiviniemi and T. Koppinen},
  year={2011}
}
  • J. Nummelin, Kristiina Sulankivi, +1 author T. Koppinen
  • Published 2011
  • Engineering
  • Supply chain management (SCM) has been undervalued subject in the construction process. Effectiveness of the supply chain and information interaction, are fundamental requirements of the industrialised construction having immediate influence on construction productivity. Information management methodologies in the construction are not at the same level as in some other industries mainly due the fragmented project based business models. In the last 10 years, the building information model (BIM… CONTINUE READING
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