We are excited to be a change leader - we are doing our part to help change the construction industry by modernizing the work force through technology and enhancing the overall value proposition to clients through lean principles; maximizing customer value, eliminating waste, continuous improvement, collaboration, and most importantly – respect for others.
To foster a culture of continuous improvement in the planning, design and construction industry through the adoption of lean principles.
Lean design and construction is a production management-based project delivery system emphasizing the reliable and speedy delivery of value. It challenges the generally-accepted belief that there is always a trade-off between time, cost, quality and safety.
1. Identify Value
2. Map the Value Stream
3. Create Flow
4. Establish Pull
5. Seek Perfection
Our knowledgeable staff have the ability to perform field level root cause analysis which allows us to rapidly identify the real problem.
Promoting efficiency and involvement from all participants through all phases of design, fabrication, and construction. IPD combines ideas from integrated practice and lean construction.
The Last Planner System promotes conversations between trade foremen and project management at appropriate levels of detail, and before issues become critical. T
Where the Lean community meets and a sense is forged. At their best, project level CoP provide a meeting ground where people can gather, learn, connect, and explore the ramifications of these ideas both for their own organizations and the larger industry.
Buildings are produced in “modules” that when put together on site, reflect the identical design intent and specifications of the most sophisticated site-built facility
Lean Design is an extension of Lean Thinking, most of the costs and much of the quality in a construction project are locked in long before production launch, and therefore the design process will be crucial not only to ‘do things right’ but also, more importantly, to ‘do the right things’.