Bring Productivity with Lean
If you attend a conference or participate in professional development related to productivity in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction industry, you will surely hear Lean Construction come up. It’s become a popular buzzword/keyword in reference to the many different ways to boost productivity on a construction site.
Construction projects are becoming more complex due to tighter project schedules, increasing cost and quality pressures, and associated continuous change during the execution phase. Technical requirements are also increasing, and the division of work between the various technical experts involved is highly fragmented. This results in construction projects with unreliable schedules, cost overruns, and defects resulting from the lack of coordination on-site.
Lean construction is “A way to design production systems to minimize waste of materials, time and effort in order to generate the maximum possible amount of value for all stakeholders”
Lean construction management is the philosophy, principle, methodology, ideology. In other terms, it is a better project planning and management process and system.
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Lean is an absolutely continuous improvement process,
Waste is continuously reported, so we can find a strategy.
Lean theory forces you to adopt a certain process.