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In response to rising public demand for corporate, industrial, and private expansion, as well as low- cost residential construction, Turkey's development sector has burst in recent decades, and the Turkish government has placed a significant focus on industry. As a result, a methodical approach is required to cut down on money, time and waste. In the building business, dealing with the problem appears to be critical. It is debatable whether Supply Chain Management), a concept that first appeared and progressed in the automobile manufacturing industry, where it has found success, is one of the reliable practices that could primarily be the remedy for the construction industry's dispute, time, and cost excess. According to the construction sector, supply chain management has a lot of promise for increasing project productivity. This method, however, has not been effective in many nations, notably in Turkey. The major purpose of this study is to evaluate and examine the SCM implementation process in the Turkish construction sector based on previous studies, with an emphasis on efficient building procurement and supply. This will be accomplished by a rigorous literature analysis that will distinguish the industry's flaws and strengths. The benefits of SCM application in the construction sector, hurdles to successful SCM implementation in the purchase and delivery of building materials, and elements that reinforce the implementation will all be part of our study's model framework.
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