The objective of this research is to create and conceptualize an integrative approach based on project management philosophies, systems, technologies, and tools. Some of the major issues that construction companies face with projects are finding design and construction mistakes before implementation; understanding details, processes, change orders, and requests for information; and lack of collaboration among project stakeholders. This paper aims to address these gaps, using a project delivery method that incorporates early stakeholder engagement. It is organized as follows: first, to define the status of this research area, the paper provides a concise review of the most recent papers about BIM, Lean, MR, BIM-Lean, and BIM-MR technologies that have appeared in peer-reviewed journals and international conference proceedings. Second, to guide the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry, the paper presents a BIM/MRLean-based project delivery management model that is based on flowchart and integrated definition function modeling (IDEF0) language. Finally, the paper highlights the advantages and challenges of the system under discussion. This paper provides a roadmap for future efforts toward implementing a BIM/MR-Lean-based management system in all stages of the construction industry. Such a management system provides significant opportunities to improve the quality of planning, understanding, and also performance of construction projects.