In Takt Planning, we break the project into similarly sized or dense areas (instead of an entire floor), determine the best sequence, and then set a rhythm or takt time to completing those areas. This allows for a faster completion of the project, more efficient subcontractors, higher quality, earlier in place mock-ups, and a more safe work environment for the trade partners. 苹果手表对比This video shows you more about how Messer uses Takt Planning苹果手表对比.
"Messer was there at the establishment of LCI and quickly became a leader in terms of practice and its improvement. The company was one of the first to apply lean principles and practices company wide." Gregory A. Howell, P.E. and LCI past president
Collaborating with our subs, designer and the owner to Pull Plan allows for Just-in-Time Delivery (JIT), proper tasks sequencing, and input from the Last Planners who know the work best.
The project leadership team meets with subs each day to review tasks and plan for the work ahead. Implementing this Lean Daily Management (LDM) principle helps keep the project on schedule, and allows us to easily foresee and resolve potential issues.