When:
May 31, 2019 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
2019-05-31T08:30:00-04:00
2019-05-31T15:30:00-04:00
Where:
AIA Office - Oakland
1405 Clay Street
Contact:
LCI Northern California CoP

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LCI Northern California (Oakland) Community of Practice

presents

LCI Education Course:
Introduction to Last Planner®™ System

 


Unpredictable workflows correlate with an increase to construction costs and schedules. In response to 1990s research revealing 54 percent of construction project commitments were completed on time, LCI developed the Last Planner®™ System (LPS®) with five levels designed to help project teams maintain reliable workflow while maximizing efficiency and safety. Now, you can complete LCI’s Introduction to Last Planner®™ System to learn how it improves communication, trust and transparency across all stakeholders. Engage in group discussions and see for yourself how variations in flow impact the entire project with the Parade of Trades simulation embedded in this 4-hour LCI education course.

  • Understand an overview of each of the 5 connected conversations of LPS® and how they inter-relate
  • Recognize the need for reliability on projects and how LPS® produces it
  • Identify the need to reduce variation in work flow and how LPS® supports this
  • Know the basic mechanics of the 5 connected conversations of LPS

Speakers

Vic Ortiz – Ortiz Consulting Services – Vic Ortiz is a charter member of LCI and a member of the NorCal CoP Core Team and Education Team. Vic is an LCI Instructor with over 40 years of training high performance teams, with broad experience in both large and small projects.

Matthew Boersma – Herro Boldt – Matthew
Boersma is a Project Manager at the Boldt Company, with years of
practical Lean Construction implementation experience. Mathew is a
long-time member of the NorCal CoP Core Team and Training Committee.

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This course is AIA/CES registered for 4 LU credits


Coffee available at 8:30 a.m., course begins promptly at 9:00 a.m.
Lunch is included with registration.

Street parking and community lots available.

BART 12th Street station is recommended.