When:
September 25, 2019 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
2019-09-25T17:30:00-04:00
2019-09-25T19:30:00-04:00
Where:
AIA San Antonio Center for Architecture
1344 S. Flores Street
Contact:
LCI San Antonio CoP

What is Broken? Why are we here talking about and hopefully learning about Integrated Project Delivery?

  •  Continued Litigation as a result of uncoordinated documents and errors or omissions
  • New Technology (2D vs. 3D) requires new organizational strategies in both design and document production
  • Improved Schedule and Budget Control and Discipline – both in Design and Construction
  • How can we add more value for our Customers with an Integrated Project Delivery Process? 

How does an IPD solve the issues confronted in the delivering Professional Design Services

  •  Increased Technical Complexity – Required Increased Specialized Design Input
  • Traditional approaches divide work into chunks that create silos and do not allow for systems integration and optimization
  • As projects have become more complex, speed of delivery has increased

Basic IPD Concepts – Presented

1. Commercial Terms – Traditional Contract Forms vs.  Relational Contract Forms – AIA C 191, 195 Consensus Docs. 300 & 305

2. Organization – “Culture Change”

People must be willing to learn – that is, think and work differently. Leaders must be willing to risk change 

3. Operating System – Technology – Both BIM and Lean – Process Management. Processes must be made transparent to all and a collaborative environment established either in real time or virtually. 

What are the obstacles to overcome the challenges of a shifting away from the traditional siloed approach to an Integrated project delivery approach implementing and delivering today’s Professional Design Services?

Finally, What does success look like?

Speaker:

Bruce Cousins, Sword Integrated Building Solutions – Cousins is a Lean practitioner and a registered architect in New Mexico and Colorado.  He is a consultant member of LCI.  With over 40 years as a practicing architect, and as a senior leader and coach, he has led project teams to achieve operational excellence, documented savings, and efficiency by using tools and techniques of the Lean production and product development principles, as well as an understanding of human behavior and BIM technology.