A Framework for Designing Circular and Sustainable Engineer-to-Order Supply Chains

Mayank Jain, Yasmine Sabri

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The present research makes an early attempt to develop a framework for embedding circular and sustainable practices in the engineer-to-order supply chain (ETO SCs). A systematic literature review was performed to identify the Circular Economy (CE) practices most suited for the project environment, focusing on engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) aspects of the project. A quantitative survey was administered to industry experts in ETO SCs. The findings of the survey are presented as the conceptual framework for ETO SCs. The CE engineering practices, constructional environmental management practices, and offsite construction practices were impacting the sustainability performance of ETO SC and thus are identified for the transition towards sustainable and circular ETO SC.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 13 Apr 2022
Event31st IPSERA Conference: IPSERA 2022 - Sweden, Jönköping, Sweden
Duration: 10 Apr 202213 Apr 2022


Conference31st IPSERA Conference
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