Construction projects do not only bring benefits but also have an impact on sustainability because the procurement process in construction projects does not consider sustainability as its impact. Sustainable procurement is needed in the procurement process in construction projects while sustainable procurement is new to the construction projects. This study aims to improve procurement performance in construction projects by identifying critical success factors (CSF) and their barriers to implementing sustainable procurement in construction projects in Indonesia. This study uses literature studies and expert judgment as a basis followed by a questionnaire survey of 30 respondents who were analyzed using Factor Analysis and Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). A total of four CSFs were identified and given a rating, namely Rules and Strategies, Organization, Capacity, and Financial. The CSF priority structure can provide an overview for construction practitioners in allocating the right resources and anticipating barriers to implementing sustainable procurement in construction projects.
|E3S Web of Conferences
|Published - 26 Jul 2023
|2023 International Conference on Sustainable Technologies in Civil and Environmental Engineering, ICSTCE 2023 - Pune, India
Duration: 15 Jun 2023 → 16 Jun 2023
- Construction Projects
- Critical Success Factors
- Sustainable Procurement