Contractors receive new National lean accreditation

FIFTY-ONE CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS RECEIVE NEW NATIONAL ACCREDITATION IN USE OF LEAN CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES by AGC or America

knowthe rulesOver Four Dozen Graduates of AGC’s Lean Construction Education Program are First to Pass Rigorous Assessment

Fifty-one construction professionals received a new national accreditation in the use of Lean Construction, a holistic practice aimed at minimizing costs and maximizing efficiency on construction projects. The professional designation offered by the Associated General Contractors of America, is a new assessment-based credential to recognize construction professionals on their ability to use the process.

“This new program is the foundation for contractors to focus on continuous improvement to eliminate waste and deliver predictable project outcomes, said Victor Sanvido, senior vice president of Southland Industries.  “Earning this credential symbolizes is a crucial first step to becoming a Lean Champion in the industry.”

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