1400 North 14th Street, 12th Floor
Arlington, VA 22209
LCI Ohio Valley (Cleveland) Community of Practice
Lean Congress Preview
Join us for a preview of the following Lean Congress Presentations. These teams were selected to present at the LCI Congress this October, and will be practicing their presentations and sharing their experience with us!
Presentation 1: Karpinski / Lean Project Consulting / Bostwick
If you want to overcome design and planning challenges, first look at project culture. Project culture influences people’s actions and engagement, which in turn contributes to success or failure. A poor project culture leads to waste related to people and actions. It happens in the gray area, during side bar conversations, lack of clarity when team members say they understand, when they miss reliable promises. These are breakdowns in the process of planning during design. In other words, implementing Lean tools is not enough. Without a positive, respectful, and collaborative culture, your Lean journey will fail.
Presentation 2: Lighthouse Electric
Getting information to the field is like sending printed pictures to Grandma! If you’re Information is Inaccessible, Unfiltered, Duplicated, Slow, or flat our Expired, then this presentation may be for you! Our company is actively pursuing solving these problems through a combination of Lean and Digital Transformation. Our aim is to share our mistakes, failures and successes trying to; upgrade Technology, Change Culture while obtaining buy-in, streamline the value stream and implement Paperless workflows. This information revolution has been a catalyst to some profound changes in our organization. Our journey started with transforming our paperless preconstruction workflow, through the use of BlueBeam, Autodesk, Revit and PlanGrid. This process showed the need for further innovation around Databasing, Education, Minimum Technology Competencies and Enterprise wide Training. As such we have begun to implement a complete SaaS Strategy around Rapid Application Development (RAD) which has integrated the correct information to the right people instantaneously throughout every single department.
Rocco Gallo – Karpinski Engineering– Rocco Gallo, LEED AP, is a principal and owner at Karpinski Engineering. Rocco attended the 2016 LCI Congress and spoke at the 2018 LCI Congress. He is a regular speaker and panelist on topics including design-assist, BIM, and healthcare engineering.
Tom Richert – Lean Project Consulting – Tom Richert, is a principal at Lean Project Consulting, and coaches lean transformations at the project team and enterprise levels. His first lean projects were built in 2001. He has presented at the 2017 and 2018 LCI Congress, and led workshops for LCI, Lean Frontiers and the Lean Enterprise Institute. His current focus is on helping leadership and project teams develop lean practices that align with their shared identities and core purposes.
Bryan Wahl – Bostwick Design Partnership– Bryan Wahl, AIA, is the Director in Integrated Design at Bostwick Design Partnership, where he has implemented the Intentional Design Process and has utilized the Last Planner System on many projects. Bryan has been working with Lean and attending Lean seminars for the past three years, including the 2016, 2017, and 2018 LCI Congress. He presented at the 2017 and 2018 LCI Congress.
Adam Davis – Lighthouse Electric – Adam S. Davis is the Virtual Design & Construction Manager and has been involved in the Electrical VDC environment for over 10 years. He has published “Achieving Spatial Coordination Through BIM”, National BIM Standard v2.0, helped developed manufacturer’s software for Revit and was an early adopter of AR/VR solutions for construction. From specific animations of work tasks to full 5D sequenced models, Adam works to leverage models to support field installations.
Matt Dole – Lighthouse Electric – Matthew Dole is a Planning, Layout, and Design Specialist for Lighthouse Electric for the past 2 years, and a Journeyman Wireman/Data Tech in IBEW Local #5 for the past 9 years, having completed the 5 year JATC apprenticeship with an associates degree in electrical construction technology. As PLD specialist his focus has been on large data center branch systems layout and coordination, pioneering the use of Bluebeam to efficiently integrate work-flows, and developing digital work standards.
Attendance is free of charge
Parking is available in the lot behind the building, accessible from Euclid or Prospect. Additional street parking may be available on Prospect
Coffee and light refreshments will be available