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This tripartite view of production has led to the birth of lean construction as a discipline that subsumes the transformation-dominated contemporary construction management and. This research will discuss principles, methods, and implementation phases of lean construction showing the waste in construction and how it could be minimized. View full text Alexandria Engineering JournalVolume 52, Issue 4, December 2013, Pages 679695 Open Access ORIGINAL ARTICLEApplying lean thinking in construction and performance improvement Remon Fayek Aziz, , Sherif Mohamed Hafez Structural Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, EgyptReceived 25 February 2013, Revised 11 April 2013, Accepted 22 April 2013, Available online 27 May 2013AbstractThe productivity of the construction industry worldwide has been declining over the past 40years. Starting from efforts to reduce machine setup time and influenced by TQM, a simple set of objectives was developed for the design of the production system including to (1) Identify and deliver value to the customer value: eliminate anything that does not add value; (2) Organize production as a continuous flow; (3) Perfect the product and create reliable flow through distributing information and decision making; and (4) Pursue perfection: Deliver on order a product meeting customer requirements with nothing in inventory. .. IntroductionSince the 1950s, lean production or Toyota production system principles have evolved and were successfully implemented by Toyota Motor Company. Lean production aims to design and make things differentiated from mass and craft forms of production by the objectives and technique, and to optimize performance of the production system against a standard of perfection to meet unique customer requirements. Some suggestions: Go back to the last page Go to the home page ..