The construction sector is a sector where making the right decisions can be very difficult, because of the large number of criteria to be taken into consideration (e.g. quality, cost, deadlines, regulations, impact on the environment, etc.). A bad decision can have serious repercussions on the project - for example, failure to meet deadlines, overspending, stopping of work, as well as problems related to quality, etc. Multi-criteria decision support methods are particularly suited to this kind of problem, since they offer methodological support in order to find the best compromise. However, the use of multi-criteria decision support methods in the construction sector, whether in Algeria or in developing countries, is very limited. Also, there is no research that examines the barriers that prevent the use of these methods. The purpose of this study is to determine what barriers exist that hinder the use of multi-criteria decision support methods in the construction sector. The information will be collected through a questionnaire survey with professionals from the sector (project owners and project managers). The expected results of this research will raise awareness in the construction industry about the use of multi-criteria decision support methods. The full text of this paper is in French.
SEDDIKI, M. and BENNADJI, A. 2018. Barrières à l'utilisation des méthodes d'aide à la décision murltcirétres [sic] dans le secteur de la construction en Algérie. Presented at the Colloque international sur les villes intelligentes (CIVIC 2018), 6-8 November 2018, Constantine, Algeria.