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Last edited 20 Sep 2021
Supply chain integration
DfMA Overlay to the RIBA Plan of Work, Mainstreaming Design for Manufacture and Assembly in Construction, 2nd Edition, published by the RIBA in 2021, defines supply chain integration (SCI) as: ‘A process for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the supply chain’s performance by setting the conditions for cooperation and collaboration. When successful, supply chains run projects safely, quickly and without rework, and deliver the client’s requirements for quality and reliability on time and on budget.’
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