The journey to delivered value in Australian procurement
Sidwell, Tony & Kennedy, Rosemary J. (2004) The journey to delivered value in Australian procurement. In AUBEA National Conference, 7–9 July 2004, University of Newcastle, Australia.
In line with developments overseas Australian clients are turning to considerations of value in project procurement. Until the 1980s the industry operated in a largely traditional manner however the extremely adversarial behaviour exhibited during towards the end of the decade led to a number of significant events and initiatives including the publication of “No Dispute”, the Gyles Royal Commission into the Building Industry, the Construction Industry Development Agency (CIDA) and the work of the Australian Procurement and Construction Council (APCC). A number of research projects in progress in the CRC for Construction Innovation (CRC CI) are focussing on the assessment of value and methodologies to support the delivery of value in the procurement and management of engineering and construction projects. This paper charts the emergence of several key drivers in the process and illustrates how they can be integrated into a comprehensive Decision Support System that balances value to stakeholders with project imperatives and incorporates a lessons learned data base which enriches the decision making process to optimise delivery method design and selection.
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|Item Type:||Conference Paper|
|Keywords:||CRC for Construction Innovation, Program C : Delivery Management of Built Assets , Project 2001-003-C : Value Alignment Process for Project Delivery|
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