Identifying Tools and Methods For Risk Identification and Assessment in Construction Supply Chain

Document Type: Original Article

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Mercu Buana University

Abstract

The construction project is a business full of risk in every process due to its complexity, changes, and involvement from various stakeholders. One of the critical risks in the construction project is in the supply chain. Identifying and assessing the risk with the right tools and methods in that area will inevitably affect the success of the project. Unfortunately, the research for the tools and methods in a construction supply chain is still limited and scattered. This research objective is to analyze the gap between literature and to create improvement in tools and methods for risk identification and assessment in the construction supply chain. This research will use the systematic literature review method in finding and investigating the tools and methods. The four methods that were found are: Analytical Hierical Process (AHP), Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA), Supply Chain Operation Reference (SCOR), and Hazard and Operational (HAZOP). Strength and weakness with their potential use as tools and methods for identifying and assessing the construction supply chain risk then summarized. The use of SCOR combined with FMEA methods has shown to be practical tools and methods for identifying and assessing the construction supply chain risk.

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