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Evaluation of performance measures for materials management process in industrial construction projects

Kashif ul Asad, Mohammed (2005) Evaluation of performance measures for materials management process in industrial construction projects. Masters thesis, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals.

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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has experienced a massive construction boom since the early seventies. Among other problems, Materials management has continued to cause a major obstacle to the success and profitability of many construction projects. Studies have indicated that materials constitute about 60% of the total project cost, and control 80% of the project schedule. Effective management of materials represents an area with great potential for improving productivity of work and also controlling cost. Determining the key effectiveness measures will benefit the construction industry. This research revealed the Usability, Importance and Practicality of 35 Performance Measures for Materials management process in industrial construction projects in Saudi Arabia. From this study it was found that the Performance Measures that were found to be extremely important were Material availability, Procurement lead-time, Construction time lost and the Measures that were found to extremely practical were Material availability and Construction time lost.



Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Date:December 2005
Date Type:Completion
Subjects:Architectural
Divisions:College Of Environmental Design > Construction Engineering and Management Dept
Creators:Kashif ul Asad, Mohammed
Committee Advisor:Assaf, Sadi A.
Committee Members:Al-Khalil, Mohammed and Al-Mohawis, Soliman
ID Code:10531
Deposited By:KFUPM ePrints Admin
Deposited On:22 Jun 2008 17:07
Last Modified:30 Apr 2011 15:36

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