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What is Lean Construction? Lean Construction is a combination of operational research and practical development in design and construction with the adoption of Lean manufacturing principles and practices to the end-to-end design and construction process. Projects are building complex construction cheaper, with higher quality, and more efficiently. Through Lean principles such as respect for people and continuous improvement, you can achieve client satisfaction and profitability while delivering on time.

One of my mentors asked me what is the most significant factor preventing me from spending more time forgetting the past (unlearning) and innovating today for the future. "Innovation? I hadn't thought about it." That was my instant response. As an…

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"Design is an iterative process." That's the phrase I most often hear when architects and engineers respond to how long some design deliverables will take to complete. When pushed, you may get a response, but it won't be accurate. Contractors have …

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Since the popularization of quality circles in the 1960s, companies around the globe continue engaging front line employees to improve their work using variations of PDCA, a scientific method for problem-solving using four steps: Plan…

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Throughout the course of my career, I've often been involved with projects pursuing sustainability goals like LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification across the United States. The latest part of my career has involve…

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