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CCE-ON 123 - Applying Lean Construction Theory

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CCE-ON 123 21 November 2020 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 123 19 December 2020 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 123 16 January 2021 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 123 13 February 2021 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 123 13 March 2021 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 123 10 April 2021 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
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CCE-ON 123 03 July 2021 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 123 28 August 2021 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 123 25 September 2021 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 123 23 October 2021 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 123 20 November 2021 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 123 18 December 2021 5 Days Online $ 1950 Registration Form Link
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Course Description

The productivity of the construction industry worldwide has been declining over nearly the past 50 years. The lean construction is one the approach to improve this situation. Lean Construction results from the application of a new form of production management to construction. Essential features of lean construction include a clear set of objectives for the delivery process, aimed at maximizing performance for the customer at the project level, concurrent design, construction, and the application of project control throughout the life cycle of the project from design to delivery.

An increasing number of construction professionals have been trying to change the conventional construction management practices in an effort to deliver better value to the Owners while enjoying real profits.

As a result, lean-based tools have emerged and have been successfully applied to simple and complex construction projects. In general, lean construction projects are easier to manage, safer, completed sooner, and cost less and are of better quality.

Course Objectives

  • Grasp foundations of lean management
  • Capture the lean management processes
  • Handle the tools and techniques of lean measurements
  • Understand lean project delivery method

Who Should Attend?

  • General contractors
  • Subcontractors
  • roject Developers
  • Design professionals
  • Construction managers
  • Government agencies
  • Inspectors

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • The Snapshot of Construction Industry
  • Categories of Construction
  • Project Delivery Methods
  • Forms of Contract
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Forms of Contracts

Day 2

  • The Productivity and Performance Measurement in Construction
  • Productivity in Construction
  • Reasons for Low Productivity
  • Causes of Poor Construction Industry Performance
  • Strategies for Improving Construction Performance
  • Lean Construction: Impact on Productivity
  • Potential for Productivity Improvement
  • Construction Progress Measurement

Day 3

  • The Lean Construction
  • What is Lean Construction?
  • The Lean Theory
  • Origins of Lean Construction
  • Lean Design and Construction
  • Deficiencies in Traditional Construction Methods
  • Barriers to Applying Manufacturing Methods to Construction
  • Characteristics of Lean Construction
  • Fundamentals of Lean Construction
  • Lean Process Assessment

Day 4

  • Lean Process Measurement
  • Measuring Lean Construction Performance
  • Use of Statistical Process Control
  • Learning: Reasons Analysis and Action
  • Lean Performance Measures
  • Lean Tools and Techniques
  • Future-State Map
  • Kaizen Methodology
  • Five-Step Plan (5S)
  • Kanban and Lean Construction
  • Supply Chain Management and Lean Construction

Day 5

  • Lean based Project Delivery Methods;
  • Lean Project Delivery (LPD) with an Integrated Agreement
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Quality Management in Construction: A Complement to Lean Construction