To be the highest value provider of global construction services and technical expertise.
To become the leading international infrastructure construction company in the African market
Who We Are
Make a Difference in the Lives of Our People, Customers and Community.
We recognize our primary asset is people. To be successful, Myriado must be a rewarding place to work. We provide opportunity and encouragement to help our people reach their potential. We work with our clients as a team. Mutual respect provides the foundation for our success.
We remain true to our founding values of quality, honesty and hard work. We have the highest ethical standards in the industry. We “do the right thing.” Myriado is a business based on trust. Myriado is consistently associated with the high standards of service, quality, personal attention to clients, and integrity. Because of this reputation the company has the privilege of leading some of the highest profile, often one-of-a-kind, projects in the world.
We are proactive in finding solutions for our clients that best achieve their goals. We understand that lasting relationships are the lifeblood of our business so we pay personal attention to our clients by focusing on them as individuals. Our founder, Engr. Achim Kopmeier, referred to our clients, appropriately, as our “respected friends.”
What We Do
Ports / Bulk Storage
Aviation / Transportation
Commercial / Education / Government
Industrial / Manufacturing
Residential / Hospital / Hotel
Design & Build
Myriado Logistics / Procurement Services
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Benefits of Lean Construction
Myriado embraces a Lean management approach, and a culture that emphasizes collaboration, reliability of scheduling and delivery of the most value – from the client’s perspective – while consuming the fewest resources. Beginning with pre-construction and continuing nonstop throughout all phases of a project, Lean principles drive the efficient delivery of our services.
Lean culture emphasizes re-imagining and eliminating waste in all forms and creating predictable, reliable workflows. On projects that develop and maintain a Lean culture of continuous improvement, our project teams have experienced improvements in design team and trade contractor relationships, communication, scope definition, coordination, cost and schedule performance.
Some fundamental principles of Lean are:
- Define value from the customer’s perspective
- Understand the value stream of all steps in the process used to create the end product
- Reduce waste
- Ensure a smooth flow of value added activities
- Prefabricate and modularize building systems
- Utilize collaborative pull scheduling to provide each internal and external customer what they want, when they request it
- Seek perfection by committing to continual improvement in all areas of the process
Myriado implements lean thinking to establish a clear definition of the owner’s needs, including scope and hand-off criteria of all trade specialists, and rigorous management of hand-offs between trade specialists. Based on a Master Schedule with key milestones, stakeholders develop the specific plan for each phase in a collaborative scheduling workshop. The object is to keep the team working on well defined deliverables at a reliable and predictable pace and to eliminate re-work and waiting.
Myriado also uses 3D modeling and BIM as Lean tools; to model owner’s process flows and discover conflicts in design documents, shop drawings, and coordination drawings. We also model site logistics issues and the sequence of construction looking for ways to improve the flow of work by all parties.