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Volume 25, Issue 2, 2024

Developing F-AHP green and lean construction project management technique in hospitals building design

Abdlrazaq Abdlwahab Nsaif Al-Mohamedi, Sepanta Naimi

> DOI: https://jeeng.net/issue/view/?id=79

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F-AHP green, construction project, building design, management technique, hospitals



Lean construction is regarded as a system of managing construction-related processes to maximize the output of labor; time and expense by continuously enhancing the project performance. Healthcare facilities and hospital buildings considered as a strategic building in developing countries. For that in this paper, the characteristics of a lean construction project's analyzed project feasibility efficiently based on green concept, allowing them to establish an effective model for lean construction. Furthermore, early-stage decisions have a huge impact on green buildings. The process of implementing the paper methodology stars with specifying and collecting the effective factors based on lean and green concepts. The Environment, Security, Patient Movement, Material Specification requirement, Occupancy, HVAC and Ventilation, Medical sewage pipeline, electrical system, Water supply and drainage system have been considered the main lean factors while the Livable design conditions factors and indoor design condition factors considered the green factors. The Delphi method and F-AHP technique have been used to investigate the effect of these factors. Also, the construction of structural Medical system measured. The results observe a which of these factors important in building hospital design and how its effect