Subcontractor Selection Practices in International Construction Projects/Subrangovu Parinkimo Praktika Tarptautiniu Statybos Projektu Veikloje (Report)
Journal of Civil Engineering and Management 2010, March, 16, 1
Journal of Civil Engineering and Management
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1. Introduction Subcontracting is a widespread practice in the Turkish construction industry, as in most countries. It is estimated that there are about 20,000 subcontractors in the sector, which is twice the number of registered contractors. Unregistered firms and those known as labor-only subcontractors are not included in this figure. In other words, the construction industry in Turkey relies heavily on subcontracting as a key organizational and commercial device. However, the subcontracting system in Turkey is gradually changing. In the near term, the term 'subcontractor' has been used to describe a foreman and his crew, whose relationships are based on the relative-focused patriarchal system of the society. Today, professional companies in which a more formal worker-manager relationship is valid take part in the construction business.
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- Categoria: Ingegneria
- Pubblicato: 01/03/2010
- Editore: Vilnius Gediminas Technical University
- Pagine: 30
- Lingua: Inglese