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LCI Members discuss the Growth of Lean Construction in Ireland
16/05/2017 09:23:31

LCI Members discuss the Growth of Lean Construction in Ireland
Source: Irish Building Magazine
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Lean Construction Ireland (LCI) has organised events, webinars, and launched a new website in the past year. There is a growing interest in Lean Construction in Ireland. Irish building magazine spoke to Richard Fitzpatrick of the National Paediatric Hospital Development Board to get a client’s perspective and Gary Widger of Mercury Engineering to hear from the supply side about the progress of Lean in Ireland. Darrin Taylor, Co-Director Lean Enterprise Excellence Group at Waterford Institute of Technology, spoke to us about what is happening throughout 2017.

LCI is an independent and voluntary not-for-profit association whose members passionately believe that Lean Thinking and Practices can enable and sustain enhanced effectiveness, efficiency, productivity, and profitability for the Irish Construction Sector, Clients, and Supply Chain. The Leadership Group comprises approximately 30 individuals from across the AEC sector supply chain, client-owners, and academia.

Irish building magazine spoke to Richard Fitzpatrick and Gary Widger and questioned them about the growth of Lean Construction in Ireland, what it offers stakeholders and what can be done to further implement Lean.

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The new LCI website, which was launched in February, provides a portal to various information, materials, and links of relevance and interest to members of the LCI Community. There is a calendar of events and activities, a repository of information and other materials from past events. There is also a knowledge section with presentations, case studies, publications, and links for people interested in Lean.

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