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lean construction and integrated project delivery

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introduction to lean construction and basic idea about the implementation of lean towards integrated project delivery (IDP)

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lean construction and integrated project delivery

  1. 1. Content • Introduction • Types of Activities • Seven types of wastes • Waste of 3 Angle of Project delivery • Integrated project • Advantages • Limitation • References
  2. 2. What do we Want on our project? • Lower Costs • Better Schedules • Better Quality • Improved Project Team Environment
  3. 3. Why do we need a different Approach? • The construction industry has fallen behind other industries for productivity improvement. • Lean target the Removal of behaviors and activities that contribute to Waste and loss of productivity. • Lean construction brings the needed methodologies and culture for improvement.
  4. 4. What is lean Construction? • Definition of lean: • A production approach that preserve value and less waste • “ To produce right product at the right time in the right quality for the costumer and to produce exactly what you need and nothing more” • Taiichi Ohno, creator of Toyota Production System. • Lean Construction: • A design and execution methodology to minimize Waste of material and effort in order to generate the maximum value.
  5. 5. Value is defined by the Costumer
  6. 6. Seven types of waste -Defects/Rework; scrap and fixing errors -Overproduction; making more than just in case -Over-Processing; Beyond what costumer need -Inventory/Queue; Excessive work in process inventory -Motion; unnecessary and awkward movement -Waiting; Delay for upstream activity to complete -Transport; unnecessary material movement
  7. 7. Lean Attacks Waste on 3 Angles Project Delivery Organization Integrated Project Delivery Practical application of Lean Construction towards integrated project delivery
  8. 8. Information is often missed in the handoffs
  9. 9. Typical information flow
  10. 10. Integrated project
  11. 11. Lean Terms are different
  12. 12. Benefits • less waste can greatly reduce all around costs • Construction time can greatly be reduced by increased planning and strategic vision. • Fewer accidents and a higher rate of safety through increased worker focus and understanding. • Increased schedule reliability and predictability. • Improved overall results due to increased communication and fewer workers. • Decreased stress for workers and management due to fewer workers. • Increased productivity all around due to a higher rate of planning. • Increased profits and turnovers, with increased customer satisfaction. • Increased worker accountability. • Increased job satisfaction resulting in more performance commitment
  13. 13. Drawbacks • All areas of management, along with the workers, have to be in accordance with the plan. If there is a break in the chain, the lean methodology cannot work. • Getting everyone onboard with a new production method isn’t easy, and some people may be ambivalent about change. • In order for successful implementation, management officials must be able to guide employees directly and efficiently. In essence, the lean method of operation is derived by how well a management official can work with his employees more so than with the standard procedure, and personality clashes, as well as other issues may arise. • Training and educating employees in the lean method takes time and dedication, and as expressed earlier, some workers may not like or deal well with change.
  14. 14. Drawback Continue • Staying on course with a new system of operation can be difficult for some managers, and some may grow frustrated. • Cohesive teamwork is essential for lean production. Each worker has to be well versed in his position or a breakdown will occur as all workers rely on one another. • Training employees with a new system can take some time, and this could decrease the overall time on a project or design. • Management has to be astute to all production issues as a breakdown in the system can easily occur. Staying alert to the change in operations can be hard for all employees. • Suppliers and distributors have to be notified of the change in production, and this could cause problems. • A temporary decrease in employee morale might be noticed due to the change in policy.
  15. 15. References • http://www.buildingsguide.com/blog/introduction-lean-construction • https://www.academia.edu/8852339/Advantages_and_disadvantages_of_ traditional_and_lean_method • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0-9nlg-FDY • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lean_construction • www.leanconstruction.org
  16. 16. Whatsapp 16/05/2016 1) Difficulties being faced by site engineers in communicating and integrating the vendors and stakeholders of the project 2) identifying the key vendors and have continuous group discussion with them 3) Groups 1) Stakeholders 2) Vendors 1) Railing 2) Waterproofing 3) Fire doors 4) Paintings 1) Tower R 2) Tower M 3) Tower N 5) UPVC 6) MEP team 7) False ceiling 8) Granite and stair case material
  17. 17. Why lean/topic???? Why project is delayed? Types of delays? Types of issues Clarity in data lack of details Engaging small contractor for large quantum of work Making meetings with people whose mindset is small SOLUTION These are the some of the types of waste which will inquired during the project. In every project integrated project delivery is there then also we inquired above wastes so to eliminate that lean approach is used.
  18. 18. What to do….. hhshh

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