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Welcome to the LCI Cascadia-Seattle CoP! Our CoP has been formed to provide awareness of how Lean Design and Construction can increase the satisfaction of project delivery by aligning our stakeholder values with the goals of the project. We also have programming to share methods of continuous improvement. Some of our events include lean coffees, open forum conversations, training on various lean principles, social and network panel events, and more throughout the year. We are looking for feedback from the community on what training or events you’re interested in attending. If you have any ideas for presentation material or things that we can do for you as your CoP, please contact me, Chris Heger, at email@example.com.
LCI Cascadia-Seattle CoP Core Group members:
The “Beyond BIM” session will explore the pre-construction phase of projects and how technology is being used to leverage data in the Building Model to streamline the construction delivery.
Join us October 24 to hear our expert panel discuss technology-driven design/manufacture/build solutions, mixed reality, supply chain organization, bringing the jobsite to the office, and more.
Speakers:Lynn Barrett – DIRTT – Lynn will show how technology-driven manufactured construction enables turnkey, customized solutions for the building interior. The key is technology – real time, interactive software – that integrates with CAD, Revit and manufacturing software, bridging the gap between the client-design team and the manufacturer. The result is high-performance interiors that are sustainable, defect-free, faster to install, safer, and easily modified when needs change, all with cost certainty.
Salla Palos – Sellen Construction – Sharing data via digital platforms like BIM has become common. Leveraging the building model and experiencing projects in Extended Reality is helping to solve industry-wide issues with communication, productivity, quality and safety. Salla will discuss various ways that teams can use Extended Reality on their projects.
David de Yarza – Builderbox.io – David will discuss the challenge of managing project resources through emerging technologies with a focus on procurement and material management. Availability and lead times are traditionally difficult to analyze, but a host of emerging technologies are changing this. David will review technologies available now, technology trends for the near future, and how these new capabilities will impact your procurement process.
Stan Lawrence – Datum Tech – Design and construction in existing buildings often proceeds without a dimensionally accurate building model which inhibits coordination of procurement, pre-fabrication and site layout activities. Technology is available to rapidly survey existing site conditions to produce an accurate building model. Stan will demonstrate the ease of using these tools. He will also discuss industry trends toward providing object recognition when surveying existing buildings.
Doug Moore – McKinstry – Moderator – Doug Moore is president of McKinstry and will moderate the panel conversation. In his work, Doug is highly engaged in the significant disruption underway that is industrializing the design, delivery and operation of buildings. He refers to this disruption as Built Environment 2.0. One of Doug’s focus areas is forming strategic partnerships with technology startups to explore more efficient ways of servicing clients in the built environment.
Flat Rate: $25.00