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Reducing Waste and Increasing Efficiency on Construction Projects
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"Reducing Waste and Increasing Efficiency on Construction Projects"

There is a tremendous amount of waste generated by construction projects, which places construction, one of the biggest industries in the world, behind other industries--such as manufacturing--that have optimized production and assembly to make gains in efficiency and reduce waste, thereby increasing sustainability.

Techniques and processes from manufacturing can help the construction industry. Mass production and assembly lines can be used in construction to make walls, ceilings, floors, staircases—even whole rooms—in safe, indoor settings, with greater precision and less waste. With the specialization and repetition of tasks comes reduced cost, greater uniformity and happier customers with higher profit margins.

We spoke with construction industry experts at U.S. CAD to learn why there is so much waste, and how to reduce this waste and make project teams more efficient.

In this report, we will examine:

  • The current state of the construction industry
  • The growing trend of sustainability in construction
  • The role of people, collaboration and adopting new methods and strategies
  • Advantages of software tools
  • Lean construction and mass production techniques


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