Integrated Project Delivery is a delivery model for the design and construction of capital projects based on aligning teams through a contract structure, empowering them to collaborate, and incentivizing them to drive down the cost of projects while delivering the agreed program and quality desired by the owner. Case studies document improvements in cost, schedule and quality outcomes.
What is Integrated Project Delivery, How to Implement IPD, and Case Studies of Outcomes.
- Delivering Customer Value
- Through Streamlined Processes
- Practicing Continuous Improvement
Based on research from manufacturing and companies like Toyota, Lean focuses on Continuous Improvement and a Respect for People while looking to drive waste out of the value delivery system.
Why is Lean Design and Construction Important and What Does it Look Like when Implemented.
Integrated Project Delivery Case Study
This Case Study does a deep dive into the specific details of a ground up development including:
- Contract Negotiation
- Risk/Reward Plans
- Team Structure
- Building Information Modeling
- Lean Construction Concepts
Detailed Case Study of a Health Care Facility Design and Built with Integrated Project Delivery.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) allows teams to design and coordinate building components on a computer prior to construction in the field. When implemented successfully, BIM allows teams to optimize:
- Kitting / Sub Assemblies
- Just in Time Delivery
- Safer Site Activities
- Reduction in Overall Labor Hours
- Improved Quality
What is Building Information Modeling (BIM) and How can it Support Lean and IPD.
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We have compiled a collection of outside information to help with the justification for Lean IPD for leaders in organizations as well as resources to support the successful implementation of Lean IPD.