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Dr Helmy's book on Lean Construction


CM is applied to every step of our project management service. Project execution is timed to the finest detail and flexibly managed on-site.

Agile software development

approaches are adopted during the planning phase.

Lean management

is applied during the execution phase of construction projects.

The Earned Value Management

technique helps us measure project performance and progress.


Lean management focuses on early warning trends, based on the following factors:

Time Management
Cost Management
Monitoring & Controlling
Project Closure

Time Management.

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Interface for contractors
where progress (photos,
videos, verification of work)
may be added to the central
dashboard system, including
an action log and audit trails.

The construction team
presents a vision of crew
formation for each activity,
including the duration
required to execute each activity.

Keep risks at a minimum by
addressing all possibilities
and validating optimal sequences.

Constraints are hindrances
that can prevent work from
being executed smoothly.
They can delay or prevent
construction work from taking place.

Program optimisation seeks to
allocate resources optimally
over the execution time, by
either smoothing or levelling.

The “Last Planner tool-LP” is
used to analyse this path
precisely, detailing how
responsible people deliver
critical path activities.

After the project schedule is
finalised, a list is compiled of
activities that need long lead
times, fabricated materials
with special specifications and
sub-contracted processing.

Cost Management.

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Client’s requirements and
expectations reflected over
scope and design. Our cost
engineers review these
outputs to perform
preliminary estimation and
clear all costing trades.

Cost engineers use a cost
breakdown structure to
allocate adequate costs
required in terms of “rough
order of magnitude”.

Costs are allocated in terms of
material, manpower and
equipment levels and then
totalled to create project
accounts and major cost centres.

Selecting the most economical
options for the required
design and specifications and
considering alternatives for
material selections or
execution approaches.

Illustrating the budget over
the execution time schedule to
predict cash inflows and
outflows, deficit points and
funding risks.

Considering the minimum
funds required to deliver the
project as planned, based on
the gaps or deficit points
indicated from the cash
inflows and outflows.

Monitoring and Controlling.

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The user can automatically
generate reports and share
them with the relevant people
in a matter of seconds.
Reporting capabilities can be
tailored to the client's needs
and required KPIs.

Data is gathered and the
analytics results are accessible
through dynamic dashboards
that give immediate and
granular visibility on every
aspect of the project.

A real-time data view across
the lifecycle and stages of the
different project cycle,
bridging the gap between
multiple stakeholders.

Project Closure.

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A digital learning
management system cuts
down the onsite training and
orientation times by utilising
an online adaptive learning
management system.

Create lessons learned during
the project to ensure that
these are utilised effectively
for the next project.

Capture the records for
guidance and oversight of
future projects. Provide all
clear copies and an as-built package.

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