Lean Construction Education Program
Everyone related to the construction process has incentive to get the project done faster and at a lower cost - from the project owners who want to see tangible results for their investment to the contractors and designers who want to do their job well and move on to the next project. Lean Construction is based on the holistic pursuit of continuous improvements aimed at minimizing costs and maximizing value on a construction project: planning, design, construction, activation, operations, maintenance, salvaging, and recycling.
To help organizations develop the tools and processes needed to build lean, the Associated General Contractors of America developed the Lean Construction Education Program (LCEP). Construction professionals at all experience levels, particularly those in the field, will learn the steps necessary to transform their projects and companies into lean operating systems.
AGC’s Lean Construction Education Program consists of seven units:
Lean Construction 101 - Introduction video
Unit 1 | Variation in Production Systems - A four-hour in-seat course
Unit 2 | Pull in Production - A four-hour in-seat course
Unit 3 | Lean Workstructuring - A four-hour in-seat course
Unit 4 | The Last Planner® System - A four-hour in-seat course
Unit 5 | Lean Supply Chain and Assembly - An eight-hour in-seat course
Unit 6 | Lean Design and Pre-construction - A four-hour in-seat course
Unit 7 | Problem-solving Principles and Tools - A seven-hour in-seat course
For more detailed information on the CM-Lean Program and Test, visit AGC of America's Lean Construction Education page.
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