Identifying the Possible Measures to Minimize Material Waste Using Lean Construction

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Madan Sharma
A. K. Mishra
Janani Selvam

Abstract

Purpose: Continuous effort to assure material management is continued to identify the possible measures to minimize material waste in construction projects based on a lean construction approach.


Design/Methodology/Approach: The present study adopted Questionnaire Survey, Literature review, Study of project document for major sources of waste material, Possible Measures and Response in Scale of rating 1-5 using Relative Importance Index (RII).


Findings/Result: The discoveries uncover that Some of the significant places in the lean development approaches are: Adoption of legitimate site the board strategies, Accurate and great determinations of materials to try not to wrong request, Proper capacity of materials on location is additionally one of the actions for the waste material in the lean development, Purchasing unrefined substances that are simply adequate, Reduce Recycling and Reuse of a few waste materials on site. In this review, a few elements make issues in development ventures to execution of lean development approach for the undertaking's fruition. Because of various variables, the workers for hire can't finish the task successfully. This study gives proof fair and square of measure to conquer the obstructions to execution of lean development approach in development projects. The discoveries of this study are in concurrence with the impression of clients, experts, and workers for hire about the action to defeat the hindrances to execution of the lean development approach in development projects.


Originality/Value: The study contributes by assuring to Develop innovative practices and systems to control waste, delays, and cost overruns.


Paper Type: Action Research.

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Madan Sharma, A. K. Mishra, & Janani Selvam. (2022). Identifying the Possible Measures to Minimize Material Waste Using Lean Construction . International Journal of Applied Engineering and Management Letters (IJAEML), 6(2), 47–64. https://doi.org/10.47992/IJAEML.2581.7000.0145
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