AGC Lean Unit 4
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Make ready planning
Also known as the six week lookahead schedule, it results in what can be done (get to can by constraint removal from the should's).
An important interim goal that we know we need to give us confidence that we will be getting through the project.
Typically the GC would determine the phases of the project, such as steel erection, MEP rough in, drywall, etc. A project would normally be broken down into thirds or quarters at this level, with each phase lasting four to six months.
Focus on making work happen by removing constraints ahead of time as much as possible.
Reliably, efficiently and economically allocating resources to day to day functions such that project level milestone and phases are completed.
Focuses on long term goals and milestones. It gives the plan of what should be done and when and who should do it, but not how it will be done.
When the superintendent and other members of the project are working in firefighter mode, focused on solving the problem that has gotten out of hand. The reactive control mode tends to consume large quantities of time, manpower and money, and it leaves the field staff with little opportunity to look down the horizon and solve small issues before they turn into a large problem.
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