TVD is gaining ground fast with owners, often emerging as a contractual requirement—and for good reason. Why wouldn’t a client want a facility that meets all its needs and doesn’t sacrifice quality or safety—a project that’s on time and under budget? It’s a win for everyone.
Although the concept is straightforward, making TVD work in practice can seem complex for those new to the lean construction movement. It means bringing multiple project partners to the table early in a project’s development. Without this focus on early team integration, TVD can lose traction—and land wide of its target. To get a bullseye, project teams must first get on board with these best practices.
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