LEAN PROJECT DELIVERY - Chapter Meeting with LCI

When:  May 13, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM (PT)
Associated with  Puget Sound


This presentation is an introduction to Lean Project Delivery and its operating systems as related to design and construction activities. Participants will learn key terms used in Lean Construction and introduce them to the tools and approaches used on these projects.
Learning Objectives:
Participants should be able to recognize the definitions and principles associated with a Lean Operating System. Additionally, participants will begin to identify the tools relevant to Lean Design & Construction processes. They will also be made aware how these tools are used to identify waste in design and construction and how they increase communication and collaboration within interdependent teams.
Kirk Hochstatter
PhD Candidate - College of Built Environments, University of Washington
Kirk has worked in the construction industry for over 20 years and has implemented Lean Construction approaches on building construction projects throughout the western United States. His current research focuses on shared leadership, virtual teams, and governance found on IPD projects and provides facilitation and coaching services for teams that are implementing Last Planner Systems that include phased pull planning and weekly work planning. He is an active member of Lean Construction Institute (LCI) and has served as a chair for the LCI Cascadia-Seattle community of practice.

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