Posted April 29th, 2016
Register Today for the 7th Annual Lean Construction Summit, June 15, 2016, Henderson, NV
AGC of America is again supporting the 7th Annual Lean Construction Summit, jointly presented by AGC, the Construction Users Roundtable (CURT), the Lean Construction Institute (LCI) and the Construction Industry Institute (CII). The Summit will explore why and how owners can use Lean Construction to improve the delivery of their capital projects.
Key objectives of the Summit include:
- To share, from the experience of others, how organizations have effectively implemented Lean Construction as a project delivery approach.
- Provide guidance for Owners implementing Lean as a project delivery approach on capital projects for various levels of decision makers, using Q&A, as well as qualified and experienced panelists.
- Close each discussion with key takeaways to help audience members determine their own next steps for implementing Lean Construction as a project delivery approach.
Attendees include: owners, contractors, design professionals…just about anyone interested in driving change and promoting Lean Construction within their organization.
AGC members receive special pricing on registration for this event! Be sure to use the code “CURT2016LS” when you register!
Click here for the preliminary agenda. For more information about the Summit and to register, please visit the CURT Events page.
Any questions may be directed to the CURT office at email@example.com or (513) 981-2773.
Posted April 15th, 2016
A team from the Linbeck Group will cover the implementation of PPC’s or Planned Percent Complete and how they can help your organization increase success in completing commitments (either within your organization or on a project team). PPC’s can be used to track and measure handoffs between predecessor and successor relationships and can be applied to ANY task that has a deliverable. This webinar will also discuss how PPC’s can help you to identify trends in commitment failures and how you can overcome them more efficiently to help mitigate variation.
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Presenters: Jason Becker and Joe Donarumo, Linbeck Group
Posted January 19th, 2016
The Lean Construction Institute’s (LCI) new publication, “Transforming Design and Construction: A Framework for Change”, contains dozens of brief papers by knowledgeable practitioners developed in two separate, cross-industry brainstorming sessions with experienced Lean experts. The diverse contributors to this book have come together to define the most important aspects of the Lean transformation that has taken place on the projects and experiences of their collective practices. Three subjects are covered extensively: Transformational Change, Integrated Project Delivery Strategy and Lean Project Delivery Methods & Management. This effort was led by LCI’s board vice chairman, Bill Seed, Project Integration Executive, Walt Disney Imagineering. Individual chapter content can be used to facilitate short instructional sessions amongst your team. Copies of the book are available for order through the LCI website at http://www.leanconstruction.org/book.