Identifying Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Measurement Frameworks to Assess and Improve the Performance of Construction Supply Chains

Author's Name:

Hasanain Ali Ismail Kalf

Al-Manara College for Medical Sciences/ (Maysan)/Iraq.

Alhuseein Ali Ibrid

Al-Hadi University College, Baghdad,10011, Iraq.

Hussein Basim Furaijl

College of Pharmacy/ University of Al-Ameed/Iraq.

Ali Salma

Department of Law, College of Law, University of Imam Jaafar AL-Sadiq/Iraq.

Ayad Abas Hasan

College of Media/ The Islamic University in Najaf, Iraq.

Hayder Hasan Shatawi

Department of Law, College of Law, Sawa University, Almuthana, Iraq

Noor Qusai

Department of management/ Al-Nisour University College/Iraq.

Riadh Abdul Retha

Department of Education/ Mazaya university college/ Iraq.

Alhasan Ahmed Hasan

College of education/ National University of Science and Technology, Dhi Qar, Iraq

Efficient supply chain management is integral to the success of construction projects, facilitating timely delivery, cost-effectiveness, and overall project success. Identifying and quantifying Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) is essential for evaluating supply chain performance. This research aims to explore diverse KPIs and measurement frameworks in the construction industry to enhance supply chain efficiency. By analysing literature, expert perspectives, and empirical data, this paper provides a comprehensive strategy for improving construction supply chain performance. Delivery performance, cost control, inventory management, and quality assurance emerge as crucial KPIs. The insights gained from this study can assist construction company administrators and practitioners in evaluating supply chain performance and implementing improvements.

Keywords: Supply Chain, Key Performance Indicators, Delivery Performance, Cost Control, Inventory Management, Quality Assurance.