AGENDA LCI/P2SL/AIA Lean in Design Forum June 17

AGENDA LCI/P2SL/AIA Lean in Design Forum June 17‐18, 2015 – Chicago, IL JUNE 17, 2015 – LEAN IN DESIGN TRAINING DAY (2 OPTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM) 1:00 – 5:00 PM ‐ “LEAN IN DESIGN 101” – Kristin Hill, InsideOut Consulting PART I ‐ A LEAN INTRODUCTORY This presentation will introduce Lean Project Delivery as an “operating system” based in principles and use of appropriate tools. Participants will learn that Lean is about understanding value and eliminating waste. The overview is focused on the practical implementation of Lean approaches, including examples of how teams actually implement Lean. PART II ‐ A LOOK AT TARGET VALUE DESIGN (TVD) TVD is a disciplined management practice to be used throughout the project to assure that the facility meets the operational needs and values of the users, is delivered within the allowable budget, and promotes innovation throughout the process to increase value and eliminate waste. Ms. Hill will provide a broad overview of the concepts and tools, highlighted with practical, real‐
world experience of utilizing TVD on project work. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Understanding that Lean is an operating system comprised of principles and tools 2. Understanding how the principles and tools are relevant to design and construction 3. Understanding primary Lean tools, such as: Last Planner® System, Target Value Design, Big Room Concept, Set‐Based Design, and Building Trust in project delivery and its role in improving schedule and cost. KRISTIN HILL, INSIDEOUT CONSULTING, INC. Kristin Hill brings over seven years of lean consulting expertise to the design and construction industry. Prior to being a Lean Consultant, Ms. Hill founded, grew and subsequently sold an architectural firm in the Boston Area. Currently Ms. Hill provides coaching to teams for projects being delivered using lean principles and tools. CONCURRENT SESSION: 1:00 – 5:00 PM – TARGET VALUE DESIGN SIMULATION WORKSHOP – Dick Bayer, Realignment Group OVERVIEW This program focuses on simulations that show how important it is that those who do the work design the production system that will be implemented. Other Lean principles complement those lessons including opportunities for impeccable coordination: viewing Design and Construction as a production system and achieving a collective enterprise culture on projects. The program also focuses on the most interactive and perhaps least understood opportunity in Lean: Target Value Design. The workshop takes a budget ($10,000,000), a piece of land (near USC in Los Angeles), and a concept (scholar’s residences) and ends up with a building for less than the budget at the end. The various stages of the simulation replicate real Target Value Design. While TVD is a hallmark of Integrated Project Delivery, it can be done regardless of contract model. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: • How to collaborate with trade and construction partners in Design • How to design and develop Target Value Design sessions • How to interactively coordinate real time pricing with Design • How to fully participate in the design and delivery of projects at/below target budget DICK BAYER, THE REALIGNMENT GROUP Dick Bayer is the former Executive Director of LCI. He has been deeply engaged in construction project collaboration and alignment partnering since 2003, and part of the Lean community since 2008. He was one of the chief facilitators for the largest IPD project ever—the $7B California Health Care Receivership Program. Since 2010, his firm has participated on over 100 Lean or IPD programs with over 200 teams across the country and abroad. 5:00 – 6:30 PM – NETWORKING RECEPTION JUNE 18, 2015 – FEATURED SPEAKERS AND “LEAN ROUND TABLE” DISCUSSION SESSIONS 7:30 AM – CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST FEATURED SPEAKERS: 8:30 – 9:45 AM – KEYNOTE SPEAKER – Renée Cheng, Professor, School of Architecture, University of Minnesota To discuss her research and thoughts about IPD and (more generally), collaborative delivery of construction projects, followed by Q&A. 9:45 – 10:15 BREAK 10:15 – 11:30 AM – PANEL DISCUSSION WITH Q&A Featured talk by VOA Associates: North Park University/Johnson Center for Science and Community Life project. The construction utilized a tri‐party (Owner, Architect, CM) Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) method, the first agreement of its kind in the Chicago area. 11:30 – 12:30 AM LUNCH 1:00 – 4:00 PM LEARNING “ROUND TABLES” LEARNING “ROUND TABLES” – Six sessions, from which each attendee may select three to attend at time of registration. These round table discussions will be led by an individual who has experience in the topic, but they are not intended to be formal presentations, rather the opportunity to spark in‐depth dialogue and learning on the topic at hand on the part of those attending. 1:00 pm – 1:45 PM – “Lean Round Tables” Round 1 breakout discussions – Select 1 discussion to attend (about 20 to 25 people max per session) 1.
Conditions of Satisfaction – Tim Tracey, Smith Group JJR Technology/BIM – Matt Peterman, Perkins Will 3P update (from 2014 program) – Stacey Root, Boulder Associates Building a Lean Culture – Andrea Sponsel, HKS 2:00 pm – 2:45 PM – “Lean Round Tables” – Round 2 breakout discussions – Select 1 discussion to attend (about 20‐25 people max per session) 1. Collaboration with engineering disciplines – Ryan Seckinger, Walter P. Moore 2. Technology/BIM – Matt Peterman, Perkins Will 3. 3P events – Stacey Root, Boulder Associates 4. Work planning – Todd Henderson, Boulder Associates 3:00 – 3:45 PM – “Lean Round Tables” breakout discussion – Round 3 breakout sessions – Select 1 discussion to attend (about 20‐25 people max per session) 1. Building a Lean culture – Andrea Sponsel, HKS 2. Work planning – Todd Henderson, Boulder Associates 3. Collaboration with engineering disciplines – Ryan Seckinger, Walter P. Moore 4. Conditions of Satisfaction – Tim Tracey, Smith Group JJR 3:45 – 4:00 pm ‐ Closing Remarks – Plus/Delta ADJOURN PROGRAM – 4:00 PM