LCI Victoria Regional Meeting – June 6th ALL welcome
Antony Sprigg, CEO Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia
Will discuss the ISCA infrastructure sustainability rating tool and its relevance to Lean Construction
Steve Appleby, BIM Practice Lead, Aust and NZ. AECOM
Will deliver a case study on the Use of BIM as a Lean Tool
Date: June 6th 2013
Time: 5.30pm for 6.30pm start - 8.00pm. Refreshments provided
Venue: AECOM, Level 9, 8 Exhibition St, Melbourne.
Cost: FREE of charge to LCI members and employees of Corporate members; Lend Lease, Abigroup, Aecom, Chase Performance, Alchemie, John Holland, Evans and Peck, Shape Consulting
$50.00 to non LCI members – interested in membership click here first
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AME SA Event - Lean Project Management, it's application to Infrastructure Projects - Postponed
Lean Project Management, it’s application to Infrastructure Projects What is Lean Project Management and what’s happening locally?
A joint event with the Lean Construction Institute Brought to you by:
The morning will begin with Dan Moriarty facilitating a project simulation game. This will highlight some of the current issues and some new ideas such as the effect of assignment completion predictability and continuous work flow on project performance. This will be followed by a description of the “Last Planner” system (a trademark of the Lean Construction Institute).
This will be followed by a number of case-studies of Infrastructure Projects from Australia and overseas delivered by Mick Jackson of Blue Ocean Consulting.
Save the dates. The LCI Australia 2013 Conference dates are set for 25 and 26 July, the conference will be held at UTS in central Sydney.
Proposals for papers will be advertised shortly
We are particularly looking for case studies of lean implementation at any stage of the design and construction cycle, please contact colleagues in your networks who may have interesting experiences to share.
LCI Academic Network
LCI AU have recently established our academic network and initiated our first piece of research, Prof Sherif Mohamed from Griffith U has agreed to be the coordinator of the network and Mick Jackson, a member of our board has agreed to support Sherif in this role.
Our first research project is a modest survey to identify global experience with the application of lean tools in construction, Dr Ehsan Gharaie from RMIT and I are collaborating in this task.
LCI Australia committed to:
The LCI in Australia being the leading national forum focused on driving the efficiency of construction project delivery
Holding regular forums in each state where colleagues share experience, develop knowledge & practice
Developing knowledge through research conducted with our academic forum
Providing a link to the global community through our association with LCIs overseas—LCIA membership provides access to LCI US data