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Lean execution already entails removing waste, including redundant tasks and rework. LEAP further removes the traditional dependencies that used to force project flows
to be sequential in nature, drastically improving the overall project schedule and keeping automation systems off the critical path. The methodology relies on separating
physical from functional design, breaking down task dependencies, using standardized designs, and enabling engineering to be done from anywhere in the world.
Honeywell estimates that LEAP can result in 30% capital savings on the total installed cost of a project as its benefits go beyond the automation scope across the entire project, including:
Reduced project schedule risk
Predictable construction costs
More efficient CAPEX
Earlier production dates.
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