Lean Construction Institute and Integrated Project Delivery Alliance
The case studies discussed in the report demonstrate how new and innovative practices, techniques, and strategies make a significant difference in project outcomes. The report explores ten projects from around the US and Canada: four Healthcare projects, two Medical Office Buildings, and four Office Buildings, including both new and renovation with scopes ranging from $9.6M to $119M. All projects utilized an integrated form of agreement and employed Lean design and construction techniques. Each project case study provides a detailed deep dive in 24 areas across five major categories: Context, Legal + Commercial, Leadership and Management, Processes and Lean, Alignment and Goals, and Building Outcomes. The major finding of this report is a striking uniformity of success for all the teams in this study, regardless of project type, scope, geographic location, or previous experience with IPD and Lean. The second finding was that the powerful complementary strength of IPD and Lean supports success.
Cheng, R. and Johnson, A.J.(2016). MOTIVATION AND MEANS: How and Why IPD and Lean Lead to Success IPDA. Intergrated project Delivery Alliance & LCI: Lean Construction Institute.www.leanconstruction.org
One of the most comprehensive reports linking project success to Lean and IPD. This report documents ten case studies, showing data on cost and schedule with graphics that allow you to compare across project types. Emphasis is placed on decision-making processes and developing team-first culture.
Lean Construction Institute
Integrated Project Delivery Alliance
Cheng, Renee; Johnson, Andrea.
Motivation and Means: How and Why IPD and Lean Lead to Success.
Lean Construction Institute and Integrated Project Delivery Alliance.
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