The Flow of Work in Construction: A Conceptual Discussion
Bo Terje Kalsaas1 & Trond Bolviken2

Work-Time Waste in Construction
Bo Terje Kalsaas

Further Work on Measuring Workflow in Construction Site Production
Bo Terje Kalsaas

Waste in Construction: a Systematic Literature Review on Empirical Studies
Daniela Dietz Viana1, Carlos Torres Formoso2 & Bo Terje Kalsaas3

A Lean Workflow Index for Construction Projects
Vitaliy Priven1, Rafael Sacks2, Olli Seppänen3 & Jonathan Savosnick

To Measure Workflow and Waste. A Concept for Continuous Improvement
Bo Terje Kalsaas1, Mariann Gundersen2 & Truls Olav Berge3

On the Discourse of Measuring Work Flow Efficiency in Construction. A Detailed Work Sampling Method
Bo Terje Kalsaas1

Discussion of Strategies for Measuring Workflow in Construction
Trond Bølviken1 & Bo Terje Kalsaas2

10 Statements on Production and Construction Theory
Trond Bølviken1

Which Are the Wastes of Construction?
Lauri Koskela1 & Trond Bølviken2

The Wastes of Production in Construction – a TFV Based Taxonomy
Trond Bølviken1, John Rooke2 & Lauri Koskela3

A Conceptual Framework for the Prescriptive Causal Analysis of Construction Waste
C. Formoso1, T. Bølviken2, J. Rooke3 & L. Koskela4

What Is a Good Plan?
Trond Bølviken1, Sigmund Aslesen2 & Lauri Koskela3

If CPM Is So Bad, Why Have We Been Using It So Long
Lauri Koskela1, Greg Howell2, Ergo Pikas3 & Bhargav Dave4

An Exploratory Study on the Measurement and Analysis of Making-Do in Construction Sites
Carlos T. Formoso1, Lucila Sommer2, Lauri Koskela3 & Eduardo L. Isatto4

Making-Do – The Eighth Category Of Waste
Lauri Koskela

Method for Waste Control in the Building Industry
Carlos T. Formoso1, Eduardo L. Isatto2 & Ercilia H. Hirota3

A Case Study on Causes and Consequences of Transportation Waste
Cristina T. Perez1, Lucila Sommer2, Dayana B. Costa3 & Carlos T. Formoso4

Understanding Flow and Micro-Variability in Construction: Theory and Practice
Irina Brodetskaia1 & Rafael Sacks2

Go or No-Go Decisions at the Construction Workface: Uncertainty, Perceptions of Readiness, Making Ready and Making-Do
Ergo Pikas1, Rafael Sacks2 & Vitaliy Priven