Lean Construction Journal
Published/Hosted by Lean Construction Institute.
Published by the Lean Construction Institute since 2004, the Lean Construction Journal (LCJ) is an international refereed journal devoted to Lean Construction practice and research. In Lean Construction, owner, designers, general and specialty contractors, and suppliers work together to produce a value-adding, constructible, usable, and maintainable facility. The maximization of workflow, not point speed, through the minimization of performance variation and the elimination of systemic waste sources is a key cornerstone of Lean Construction. The primary objective of LCJ is to stimulate a systematic rethinking of the construction process both on and off-site by providing a forum for disseminating knowledge and exchanging ideas between industry and academia.
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