Lean construction principles & methods have the potential to transform your jobsite into a well-oiled machine with all your trade partner being on the same page and in sync. Here are 3 keys to unlocking Lean in the field.
Pull Planning articles to help you master your Lean Construction skills. Learn from industry experts like Keyan Zandy, Joe Donarumo, Frank Coln & more.
What is Pull Planning?
Pull Planning is an element of the Last Planner® System used for scheduling in Lean Construction. The Pull Plan works by identifying the end goal of a phase of the construction project and then filling in the scheduling details in reverse order.
In these Pull Planning articles, you’ll learn the best practices for your pull plan, the must-dos after your next session, tips for your next pull session, Pull Planning in 5 easy steps, and much more!
If you’re new to the Last Planner System™ (LPS) and pull planning, I’m glad you found this post! When LPS is implemented correctly, your projects will reap multiple benefits: better coordination, trade partner buy-in, and a schedule that is more reliable.
Pull Planning in 5 easy steps. Lean expert Keyan Zandy uses a trip to the airport to illustrate the simplicity of a pull plan and how quickly it can change.
Last Planner Pull Planning implementation in the field is not as easy as it sounds. Here are 5 tips to helps you achieve success for your next pull planning session.
The Pull Planning Session is one of the most critical elements of the Last Planner System and to your successful journey to mastering Lean construction. Here are three must-dos after your next pull planning session.
4 pull planning best practices as explained by Lean Construction expert Keyan Zandy, co-author of The Lean Builder – A Builder’s Guide to Applying Lean Tools in the Field.