Supply Chain Management for Refurbishment

Author(s): Professor Steven Male, Marcus Gronqvist, <i>University of Leeds</i>, John Kelly, <i>Glasgow University</i>, Leela Damodaran and Wendy Olphert, <i>Loughborough University</i>
ISBN: 9780727732422
Publication Date: 12 November 2003
Stock level: Low stock

£66.25

Format:Paperback
Publication status: Published
Publisher:ICE Publishing
Page size:297x210mm
Number of pages:168
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This book is the outcome of EPARC supported three year research project involving seven major high-street retailing clients: Arcadia Group, Boots, Borders(UK), Halifax plc, Nationwid, Rubicon Retail Ltd, Pizza Express: and their supply chains. The…



Subjects: Buildings and StructuresProfessional practice: Law and ContractsRefurbishment and conservationProcurement and supply chains
Product code: 9780727732422

This book is the outcome of EPARC supported three year research project involving seven major high-street retailing clients: Arcadia Group, Boots, Borders(UK), Halifax plc, Nationwid, Rubicon Retail Ltd, Pizza Express: and their supply chains. The book comprises two complementary parts. The first, the Good Practice Framework, is the 'what to do' for effective refurbishment involving the closer integration of 'supply' and 'value' chains in construction. The second, the 'why do it this way', comprises research evidence from a wide range of construction and business management sources: including process maps, management models and outcomes from fieldwork with the retail clients and their supply chains: that provided the basis for the framework.