Development of Assessment Criteria and Weight in the Evaluation Stage in Selecting Goods Suppliers in EPC Industrial Plant Project


Authors : Ahmad Nopriansah; Bambang Purwoko Kusumo Bintoro; Budi Susetyo

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 7 - July

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At present the project material procurement system is still a major obstacle in infrastructure project work which is currently being carried out by the government through state-owned construction companies. 2013-2019 annual report data from PT. Wijaya Karya (Persero) Tbk, as a business actor in the construction industry, shows that goods and services procurement contracts are an average of 71% of company sales. This data shows that one of the things that has an important role in supporting this is the procurement process, both the process of providing goods and service providers. In construction projects, especially the type of EPC project, the procurement of goods has a large weight on the overall procurement process. Currently at PT. Wijaya Karya (Persero) Tbk, weighting the selection of suppliers of goods still uses the same criteria as the selection of service suppliers and also weighting is carried out in the same dimension and does not adjust to the category of goods to be used, therefore it is necessary to develop a model of supplier selection criteria and weighting based on the classification or category that has been carried out in previous research by this research, especially in the EPC project at PT. Wijaya Karya (Persero) Tbk. This study provides proposed criteria, sub-criteria and assessment indicators as well as the weight of each of these indicators that previously existed in the existing assessment system model for the selection of suppliers of goods and services. The development of the existing model will be obtained from several previous research models regarding the process of selecting and selecting suppliers of goods, which will be carried out in two stages. The first stage is developing a conceptual model by producing dimensions and elements (sub criteria), then the second stage by developing weights for each criterion, subcriteria and indicators for each category of goods, namely (Strategic, Leverage, Bottleneck, and Non-Critical). In determining the weight, the calculation is carried out using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) process

Keywords : Biodiesel EPC Project, Supplier of Goods, Strategic, Leverage, Bottleneck, and Non Critical, AHP.

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