When:
February 26, 2018 @ 7:30 am – 1:00 pm
2018-02-26T07:30:00-05:00
2018-02-26T13:00:00-05:00
Where:
Gilbane Construction
10 Channel Center St # 500
Boston, MA 02210
USA

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LCI New England Community of Practice

presents

Introduction to Lean Project Delivery 


This course will introduce Lean Project Delivery as an Operating System relative to the design and construction industry. Participants will learn the key principles and wastes that are foundational to Lean, ways to eliminate/reduce waste from processes, collaborative tools and approaches. It includes a hands-on learning simulation.

Objectives:

  • Definition of Lean and the principles associated with a Lean operating system.
  • Identify the principles and tools relevant to Lean design and Construction processes.
  • Recognize various types of waste in design and construction and apply tools to reduce, minimize and/or eliminate waste.
  • Increase collaboration and communication on projects through application of structured planning systems and processes

Nick Masci has twenty-five years of construction experience and has been practicing lean for 10 years. He’s a Lean Black Belt and has certification from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Nick came up through mechanical contracting, to design-build, lean consultant and currently leading both operations and lean transformation at Triumph Modular. Nick credits the spark for continuous improvement to his tenure as a naval officer onboard an aircraft carrier.

Colin Milberg has twenty years of construction management experience in both the office and field, combined with seven years of university teaching in construction engineering and management. Colin has worked with public and private organizations, on both heavy civil and building projects, ranging from $2 million to $1 billion, assisting over 100 project teams and organizations implement Lean Construction and Enterprise practices.

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This course is AIA/CES registered for 5 LU credits


You may park in the Channel Center Garage 116 West First Street, which is on the far side of the State Street Building or the A Street Surface Lot.

Morning coffee and lunch will be provided