Turner Construction Company has rebranded its supply chain management services as SourceBlue. The company unveiled the new name as part of an extensive strategic initiative to elevate the supply chain planning and procurement experience in the construction industry. The new brand reflects its vision to offer clients a single point of contact for all of their supply chain planning and procurement requirements.
“The evolution of our company is the result of a collaborative process with our clients, suppliers, employees and partner – Turner Construction Company,” said Mark Boyle, senior vice president, chief procurement officer. “Our procurement specialists manage all aspects of buying, expediting, and tracking deliveries, facilitating warranty issues and managing closeouts. It was important to us to create a presence that reflected our vision to revolutionize supply chain management process to enhance the construction experience for everyone involved.”
For more than 20 years, SourceBlue has been providing transformational processes by working with contractors, manufacturers, designers and vendors to provide reliable and efficient procurement experiences in the construction industry.
“When procuring items such as cooling towers, plumbing fixtures, generators, MRIs stone countertops, and the diverse range of building materials and fixtures, the traditional procurement process leads to gaps in the supply chain,” continued Boyle. “Twenty years ago we started this firm so that our clients benefited from greater predictability on these complex supply chains. Now we have expanded our offerings to include turnkey, product solutions. Our global footprint enables clients to benefit from our established relationships with leading international manufacturers leading to opportunities for innovation and collaboration.”
SourceBlue, LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Turner Construction Company, a North America-based, international construction services company. SourceBlue provides planning and supply chain management services. Over the past 20 years, the company has earned recognition for managing complex projects, fostering innovation, embracing emerging technologies and making a difference for their clients, employees and community.
With a staff located throughout the United States, the company offers clients the accessibility and support of a local firm with the stability and resources of a multi-national organization. For more information, visit http://www.turnerconstruction.com.
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