Carbon Emission Assessment for Steel Structure Based on Lean Construction Process

@article{Fu2015CarbonEA,
  title={Carbon Emission Assessment for Steel Structure Based on Lean Construction Process},
  author={Feifei Fu and Jun Sun and Christine Pasquire},
  journal={Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems},
  year={2015},
  volume={79},
  pages={401-416}
}
Lean principles provide improvement to the efficiency of construction by synchronizing the process of building and eliminating waste, which in turn can have a positive impact on the environment. This is generating a growing interest in linking the relationship between lean and low carbon. The authors compare the carbon emission in the truss construction process of a steel structured building in China optimized by lean principles with the original process. A partial life cycle assessment (LCA… CONTINUE READING

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