Le Lean Management de setec is aimed at clients, project managers, and contractors who wish to implement a continuous process of improvement approach on their construction site to enhance their operational efficiency. By drastically reducing waste on sites, this management approach allows a better control of the construction costs and it reduced the delays.
The lean approach: from manufacturing to construction
Originally designed to create value in the automotive industry by streamlining processes and avoiding waste, the lean philosophy is now emerging in the construction sector. The benefits offered by lean management include increased efficiency and quality, through the optimization of all resources (time, materials, movements, etc.) and a step-by-step approach to operational problems.
A change of mindset for SCMC
A fundamentally collaborative approach, lean management invites setec opency to explore new ways of working with its partners. In particular, this means going beyond the contractual framework that traditionally links the provider of scheduling, construction management and coordination (SCMC) services to contractors, to co-build relationships that bring benefits to everyone concerned.
A strategic priority for setec opency
Alongside setec opency’s quality approach, lean management offers the company an opportunity to challenge its traditional approach to SCMC. In fact, setec opency has integrated lean construction into its 2017-2022 strategic plan, seeing it as a virtuous circle: making construction sites increasingly efficient and sustainable to deliver more value to clients and society at large.
Preparatory and renovation work on the cathedral of Notre-Dame of Paris following the fire that ravaged it on 15 April 2019.
Cité of the Design in Saint-Etienne
ACA Lean Manager missions in the program and design studies phase on the 70,000 m² of transformation projet of the City of the Design 2025 led by the metropolis of Saint-Etienne.
The Urban Garden tertiary project comprises 29,000 m² of office space in the Gerland district of Lyon.
Marseille Provence Airport
The operation consists of an extension of about 28,000 m² of the Terminal 1 and also a rehabilitation of 28,000 m² of the existing spaces.
Neyrpic in Saint-Martin d’Hères
BnF Quadrilateral Richelieu phase 2
Coordination of folding and restoration work on the facades following the restructuring of the Richelieu Quadrilateral, the historic site of the National Library of France
Alliade Habitat in Lyon
Renovation, elevation, and extension of the Alliade Habitat headquarters in Lyon
Extension of the 122,000 m² of white rooms for STMicroelectronics in Crolles
Temporary Interruption of Traffic for the connection of the extension of the Paris metro onthe south-line 14 at Olympiades
South L14 in Pont de Rungis
Construction of the new stations of Pont de Rungis and Porte de Thiais of the extension of the Paris metro on the south-line 14.