Synergies Between Lean Construction and Management of Heritage Structures and Conservation Strategies - A General Overview

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Brioso X.
Aguilar R.
Calderón-Hernandez C.
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Springer Netherlands
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The present article’s main purpose is to describe the synergies generated from the simultaneous application of the Lean Construction philosophy (LC) and Management of Heritage Structures and Conservation Strategies (MHS&CS). We explain the main principles, tools, techniques, modern technologies and practices of the Lean Construction philosophy and Lean Project Delivery System (LPDS) that could integrate and make synergy with the elaboration of MHS&CS study, and with the implementation of the MHS&CS plan. We relate the workflow design, workflow execution, the LPDS elements and the MHS&CS requirements. The methodology employed is based on a review of the literature published in the last 10 years, in which information was collected from the International Conference of Lean Construction (IGLC) papers and a set of mainstreams in civil and building engineering journals. This paper hopes to contribute by providing a proposal for a MHS&CS plan adapted to the LPSD model.
This work was funded by the Consejo Nacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación Tecnológica del Perú (CONCYTEC from its acronym in Spanish), according to the Convenio de Gestión N° 232-2015-FONDECYT. The work was carried out with a collaboration of GETEC and Engineering & Heritage research groups at PUCP.
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Workflow Retrofitting, Lean construction, Management of heritage structures, Conservation strategies, Lean project delivery system, Refurbishment, BIM