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Software to do supplies of materials during construction

Software to do supplies of materials during construction

Software to do supplies of materials during construction

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Is there a sophisticated software available in the market which can handle management flows for construction materials (such as granular and impervious fills) for a large dam project? The software should be able to provide supplies and demand from various deposit/ borrow sources, time flows, etc.
This may not necessarily coming for a civil engineering software, but could be a general software that can handle complex supply and demand of materials. I thought there are such software for mining operations, and perhaps for something else.
Perhaps a software that used by crusher plant for their operation and management flows for complex and massive construction work?
Thanks for info.  
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