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LCI Central Florida Community of Practice
Tampa: Business Case for Lean
Traditionally we have relied on anecdotal evidence to suggest how Lean project teams typically deliver better project outcomes. Empirical evidence now shows that projects with high Lean intensity are three times more likely to complete ahead of schedule and two times more likely to complete under budget. How and why Lean and IPD projects are excelling were explored through two separate Lean Construction Institute research efforts conducted by Dodge Data & Analytics and University of Minnesota.
Join us to find out why owners, architects, engineers, and constructors are forging ahead with Lean. Attendees will learn how to use this compelling information as a call to action, and a way to change the project mindset for the better. They will leave the event with an understanding of how to get started, and the best way to tell the story.
Intel’s former VP of Technology and Manufacturing, recently oversaw domestic and international projects as Intel’s Global Construction Group General Manager. John also led the technology transfer and ramp of new products. During his last three years with Intel, Pemberton was on Lean Construction Institute’s board representing corporations concerned about the construction industry’s current state. After 34 years with Intel, he is retired and now a sought-out champion for Lean and collaborative delivery approaches.
Bevan Mace, Ph.D., a National Vice President for Operations & Lean at Balfour Beatty Construction, is dedicated to maximizing value for customers by nurturing lean, innovation and knowledge sharing across the company’s North American operations. For over 15 years and with a background in operations, Bevan has led or coached teams in translating lean philosophy into practical tactics – turning over $5 billion of concepts into reality – and is a regular speaker at industry conferences.
Registration Rate: $10.00 (no cost for students)
This class is AIA/CES registered for 1 LU credit