Category: quality at the source

Lean Congress Live Lab: Quality at the Source

This year,  Lean Construction Institute’s 21st annual Lean Congress rolled out a new feature – Live Labs. In the past, traditional Lean Labs were intended to teach the concept of a Lean tool, but there was a gap between theory and practical application. The Live Lab concept takes the traditional Lean Lab a step further, […]

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From the Field: Quality at the Source

Every construction team wants to build world-class quality into its project – there should be no question about that. With a relentless focus on quality, projects can save time and money by preventing rework, while ensuring the building remains usable long after the project is complete. It’s true that nothing can replace the importance of […]

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