The Journal of Construction Procurement is a scholarly peer-reviewed international publication, invaluable to those who procure building and engineering facilities. It provides a unique forum for original articles on state-of-the-art research from around the world, both in the form of empirical and theoretical studies, which challenge current practices and presents more efficient methods of procurement. The journal focuses on recent advances in construction procurement and fosters the development and application of new and emerging paradigms and technologies.

Established in 1995, the Journal of Construction Procurement has published two issues per year as well as occasional Special Editions. It is an interdisciplinary publication covering technical, managerial, organisational, behavioural, legal and ethical aspects of the procurement process, which seeks to provide a means not only to disseminate research findings, but also to bring together aspects of research and practice. The Journal aims to provide a vehicle for increasing of the knowledge base of construction procurement practices and, thereby, to improve levels of satisfaction for clients and customers of the construction industry.