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Building Parkland

December 29, 2022

Find out how our integrated team built the nation’s largest, most patient-centered hospital using Lean methods, BIM and some serious pull planning to manage more than 6 million man hours.

The Dynamic Data Empowering Balfour Beatty’s Builders

December 29, 2022

If you only think of bricks and mortar when you imagine a Balfour Beatty Construction jobsite, think again. Yes, there’s the same scent of sawdust hanging in the air, the familiar ringing of equipment alarms, and the whines of buzzing saws. There’s the same passion and energy from our crews, who wake up each and every morning with a zealous embrace of our company’s purpose to be a relentless ally for the success of our clients’ dreams. So if all the fundamentals are the same, you might be wondering the identity of the missing puzzle piece.

Digital Documents

December 29, 2022

Balfour Beatty goes paperless on $800 million Dallas Fort Worth Airport (DFW) renovation project using Egnyte, saving $5.1 million.

Safety orientation video

December 29, 2022

Balfour Beatty refuses to accept that work place accidents are an unavoidable part of the construction industry. Watch this video to learn more about our dedication to Zero Harm on the jobsite.

Nuestro orientación video de seguridad

December 29, 2022

Orientación video de seguridad en español. So many of our teammates on projects are native Spanish-language speakers, so we wanted to be sure our Zero Harm principles can be taught in Spanish vs. subtitles.

A Winning Formula for Lean Construction

December 29, 2022

Our client sent us on a mission to find ways to reduce its recurring capital costs by 30%. We identified 40%.

Model Based Estimating

December 29, 2022

Leveraging 3D building information models (BIM), Balfour Beatty project teams gain valuable insight into project cost estimates through model-based estimating. Traditionally, quantifying and estimating design changes are time consuming and typically delay the design process. With new model-based estimating technologies, project teams can better integrate the multiple layers of the project together, which allows the project’s design, estimated cost, and project schedule to remain synchronized so that a change to one is instantly reflected by all.

A Fresh Look at Lean in Construction

December 29, 2022

One of the major paradigm shifts in the construction industry is around our increasing adoption of lean philosophy and practice. We keep hearing more and more about various tools and techniques (pull planning, target value design, A3s, etc.) and then there is the proliferation of Japanese production terms (andon, gemba, muda, kaizen, poka yoke, etc.).