LCE provides education, consulting, and engineering services for asset-intensive organizations. We focus on driving cultural change, improving productivity, and facilitating operational excellence.


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What makes us different? High Impact Learning.

Learning is change. Change is learning®. Today’s competitive advantage goes to those who can learn, adapt, and innovate faster. For this reason, LCE started the Life Cycle Institute -- a division dedicated to human performance improvement -- as a way to share asset management and reliability subject matter expertise with the world. Our approach to training is different. We call it High Impact Learning. High Impact Learning is executed through our 3A Learning® process that integrates learning, leadership, and change management techniques to produce documented, sustainable results. When you partner with the Life Cycle Institute for your performance improvement needs, you will experience learning that changes behavior and produces results. For more on the Institute's 3A Learning® process, click the Learn More button below.

What is the Life Cycle Institute Learning Experience?

Our facilitators are experienced practitioners, industry experts, and skilled coaches that come from the industries we serve.

Live, virtual learning was easy to use and very interactive - the powerpoint and handouts made it easy to follow along with the instructor. I strongly liked the course design; the hands-on activities with groups and individually kept this course much more dynamic than other virtual trainings.
CertainTeed Corporation
Quality Engineer
Out of 30 years of different classes and instructors, this is the best class I have attended thanks to the instructor and the class materials.
Bridgestone Firestone
Crew Leader
I was able to apply the concepts learnt in the lessons and apply it in my assignments with valuable feedback, which helped me really grasp the topics. I liked that it is self-paced so I can take my time and digest the information while having the option to continuously review what I learned.
BHP Billiton
Electrical Technician

Customer Success Stories

A Global Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Applies RBAM to Improve a Filling Line’s Reliability
A diversified, global healthcare leader produces vaccines and other injectables in one of its U.S. locations. A focus on equipment availability and uptime was a priority due to market demands and patient needs. The manufacturing facility reached out to LCE for help with improving utilization of maintenance time and resources in their aseptic filling area.
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Solving Motor Issues Reduces Production Downtime for a Major Steel Company
An integrated steel producer with major production operations in the United States and Central Europe was encountering various motor issues as well as critical equipment availability of required repair parts.
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U.S. Sugar Corporation Keeps the Train Moving with Reliability Excellence
The U.S. Sugar Corporation is located in Clewiston, Florida and farms over 187,000 acres of land to produce an estimated 70,000 tons of raw sugar each year. What makes this particular operation unique is their private agricultural railroad, which is the largest short line in the United States and is used to transport all of its sugar cane production across 120 miles of track to and from various factories and refineries. This asset is the key driving force for keeping the company operating at highly cost-efficient levels, since rail transport requires significantly less fuel than truck transportation.
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An Automotive Company Invests in Education and CMRP Certification To Drive a Culture of Reliability
The many benefits of increased reliability are widely understood – improved safety, less downtime, extended asset life. But how does one actually create a culture that values and creates reliability? An automotive manufacturer had an opportunity to test drive an intentional strategy when they opened a new facility at a greenfield site.
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Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative: Transforming the Organization to Meet Performance Goals
Sugar Cane Grower’s Cooperative (SCGC), a 54-member farmers’ cooperative in Belle Glade, Florida, needed to change. The 60-year-old operation had been a very traditional sugar mill and was not applying modern industrial practices.
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Hot Strip Mill Regaining Former Status
In 2017 a major steel company decided to focus on a significant reliability improvement initiative at several of their steelmaking operations. Improvement in reliability was needed in many of the operations. But none were more important than their hot strip mill, which needed to produce the lion’s share of the company’s products.
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How a Cheese Manufacturer is Meeting Growing Customer Demand
A cheese manufacturer has engaged with Life Cycle Engineering to apply a time-tested Reliability Excellence® (Rx) approach to meet its objectives.
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Life Cycle Institute Designs Training to Fit Clients' Business Objectives
Before participating in learning events, Life Cycle Institute helps organizations understand that all participants should have a thorough understanding of what they are expected to learn, how their behavior is expected to change, the results they are expected to achieve, and how these results contribute to the overall goals of the organization
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LCE Engineers Support U.S. Navy Modernization Efforts with Design and Cost-Analysis of Fuel Delivery System for LPD Class Ships
Code 421 of the U.S. Navy’s Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division is responsible for engineering management of the design criteria and lifecycle sustainment of both new-construction and in-service U.S. Navy ships. This includes proposing and managing modernization initiatives that will increase efficiency, reliability, maintainability, and ultimately operational availability, while also making every effort to reduce total ownership cost (TOC).
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