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The Bridge Between Supply Chain and Construction

 

Learn how to implement profitable construction supply chain management and avoid the potential risks.

The construction process has changed in complexity over time; the primary objective of the industry is basically the same as it was 100 years ago: to build infrastructure, roads, schools, homes, hospitals, factories and other businesses. In 2019, approximately $4 trillion was spent in the United States in the construction industry. Construction sourcing risk involves all of the entities in the supply chain: the project owner, architect, general contractor, prime contractor, subcontractors, materials suppliers and equipment providers. The potential for mistakes and problems is magnified by the interrelationships between these entities.

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W.C. Benton, Jr.

W.C. Benton, Jr.

The Ohio State University

  • The Edwin D. Dodd professor of management, and professor of operations and supply chain management in the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University
  • Teaches courses in purchasing/supply management, manufacturing planning and control, operations analysis, facility design and the business of health care to M.B.A. and doctoral candidates
  • Partner in W.C. Benton and Associates, a construction management consulting firm
  • Published more than 200 articles in the areas of purchasing management, inventory control, supply chain management, quality assurance, materials management and health care
  • Frequent speaker and recognized operations management researcher
  • Worked as a sourcing consultant for companies throughout the world, including Australia, Canada, China, India, New Zealand, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Vienna, and the United States
  • Served as an expert witness for the private and public sector procurement cases
  • Doctorate in operations and systems management, and quantitative business analysis, Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana
  • Can be contacted at 614-292-8868, fisher.osu.edu/people/benton.1, or [email protected]
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